Though both Lou Gramm and Mick Jones will be on hand next for next month’s Songwriters Hall of Fame 44th Annual Induction and Awards Dinner in New York City, there are no plans for the two to head out on a reunion tour, according to a statement from Gramm’s publicist. Despite recent media reports that a reunion is being planned, at present time, there are no dialogs about any dates, though both continue to tour. The next month will also see Lou focusing on the release of his autobiography JUKE BOX HERO: MY FIVE DECADES IN ROCK ‘N’ ROLL, released this week by Triumph Books. In the book, Gramm details his rise from humble, working-class roots in Rochester, N.Y. to become one of rock ‘n’ roll’s most distinctive and popular voices. Throughout the book, the accomplished musician, lead singer and songwriter of the iconic band Foreigner recounts his extraordinary life in a compelling and candid behind-the-scenes memoir.
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