Frequent Wease show guest Lou Gramm might yet work with Foreigner again.  Guitarist Mick Jones tells "Classic Rock" magazine the band's former frontman has "discovered a few songs" from the 1980s that they "never quite finished," and they "might take time next year to bring a couple of those out of the vaults." 

 

Jones explains that it's "a question of wading through them and finding a cassette machine to play them on."  Here's the thing, while that might happen - don't think that means Foreigner's current singer, Kelly Hansen, is getting bumped from the lineup.  Mick says Kelly has "dedicated everything to the band," so anything Foreigner does with Lou will "be inclusive." Nice to know!

 

For those who don't know, Jones and Gramm reconciled their relationship last year when they were inducted together into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.  They also performed at the event, marking the first time in more than a decade that the former bandmates had shared the stage.  Here's video from last year's reunion...