foreign singer Kelly Hansen Although he made it clear that he was not against sharing the stage with Lou Gramm, who was the group’s frontman from 1976 to 1990, the two had a difficult past.
“The door is always open for all original members, all surviving members of the band, to play with us,” Hansen said during his appearance on the SDR Show. , I really enjoy doing it, and I’ve always loved being with them and have had a lot of respect for everything they’ve achieved.
Hansen shared the stage with Graham in 2017 and 2018 when Foreigner celebrated its 40th anniversary. With the band gearing up for a farewell tour this year, speculation is rife that Gram may be making an appearance.
But Hansen and Graham haven’t always had the best of times.Gram told her SiriusXM host Eddie Trunk Last year, he took offense at Hansen, who claimed he “mimicked my style down to the ad-libs.” And when it comes to all the little things that make me stand out as a vocalist when I sing.He should make his own.He should have his own ad-libs.He shouldn’t have to imitate me. is not.
Hansen, who has been Foreigner’s lead singer since 2005, has responded to criticism about the SDR show. “If you were the first to do something like that and someone is doing it now and you aren’t. [in the band], ok,” he explained. “But I’m just trying to spread my legacy and present these songs as faithfully as possible, and I’m not trying to hurt anyone. I’m just trying to do my own thing.”
Kelly Hansen on the SDR Show
The Foreigners’ Farewell Tour kicks off March 24th in Las Vegas. Get your tickets here to see if Hansen and Gram will eventually share the stage.
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