Sunday, November 10, 2019

Foreigner "Then And Now" Come Together To Celebrate The 40th Anniversary Of "Double Vision"

In 1978 Foreigner released the album "Double Vision," which reached #3 on the album charts and has been certified 7x Platinum. To celebrate that album's achievements, both the modern day Foreigner and the original band members have teamed up for the ultimate live show that covers some of the band's biggest hits like "Cold As Ice," "Head Games" and "Feels Like The First Time." Members past and present come together to celebrate the music of Foreigner on a new live release "Double Vision: Then And Now, Live, Reloaded." It will be released on November 15th through the EarMusic label on Blu-ray, CD and on vinyl.

The album features many Foreigner classics like "Urgent," "Double Vision" and "Dirty White Boy," as well as the modern acoustic favorite "The Flame Still Burns." Both lead singers Lou Gramm and Kelly Hansen trade lead duties on songs with a backing band of original members and current members that features the best of both worlds. The highlight of the album may be the eleven-plus minute jam of "Juke Box Hero," led by the amazing guitar work of Mick Jones. The shows closes with a sing-along of their #1 single "I Want To Know What Love Is" and and blazing version of "Hot Blooded" that showcases both versions of the band on stage together, performing this hard rocking Foreigner classic. To find out more about the new "Double Vision: Then And Now, Live, Reloaded" release, please visit foreigneronline.com.

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