With No Regrets, Lou Gramm Announces Retirement From Solo Shows

Lou Gramm wrapped up his 2018 with a big announcement–he will no longer perform solo shows.

The former Foreigner frontman dropped that news Saturday night (Dec. 29) at a show in at Procktors in Schenectady, New York where he performed a mix of Foreigner songs and solo selections, including his hit, “Midnight Blue.”

Gramm, 68, told the audience he enjoyed “quite a few years of a lot of fun” but that he’d been “talking a little bit with my wife and some people in the business.”

The announcement comes just one month after Gramm joined his former bandmates for a show in Atlantic City at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.

He added, “You get real excited when you start out in this business, but you’ve got to be smart enough to know when to walk away from it too. I just feel it’s that time for me.”

Watch below:

‪A taste of MIDNIGHT BLUE from Lou Gramm at Proctor’s in Schenectady, New York tonight…‬

Posted by Mitch Lafon on Saturday, December 29, 2018