Lou Gramm

American rock singer-songwriter

Lou Gramm (born Louis Andrew Grammatico; May 2, 1950) is an American rock singer-songwriter. He is best known for being the original lead singer of the British-American rock band Foreigner. He performed the main vocals of all of Foreigner's charted songs during the 1970s and 80s, including "Feels Like the First Time", "Cold as Ice", "Hot Blooded", "Dirty White Boy", "Urgent", "Juke Box Hero", "Waiting for a Girl Like You", "Break It Up", "I Want to Know What Love Is", "That Was Yesterday", "Say You Will" and "I Don't Want to Live Without You".

Gramm in 1979

Gramm was born in Rochester, New York. He has five children. He is no longer married and is divorced from Robyn Grammatico[source?]. He is a born again Christian.[1]

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  1. Ackerman, McCarton (May 16, 2013). "Foreigner Frontman Is Born Again Sober". The Fix. Retrieved April 1, 2020.

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