Scott Saunders's Concert Archive

Nashville, Tennessee, United States     Joined May 2023    

Scott Saunders has 1 Foreigner concert.

In 1976, Mick Jones, former guitarist of Spooky Tooth and the Leslie West Band, started Foreigner with Lou Gramm, Al Greenwood, Dennis Elliot, Ian McDonald, and Ed Gagliardi. Together, the six members released two studio albums, but in 1979, Galiardi was replaced by Rick Wills while McDonald and Greenwood were fired in 1980. The quartet of Jones, Wills, Gramm, and Elliot released three studio albums as Foreigner before Gramm left in 1990. Without Gramm, the band released "Unusual Heat" in 1991. Wills and Elliott left later that year. Gramm returned in 1992 and appeared on the band's seventh album "Mr. Moonlight" (1994). He departed permanently in 2003. In 2009, Foreigner released its eighth studio album: "Can't Slow Down" and, in 2022, announced its "Historic Farewell Tour," which is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2023.

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Date   Concert   Venue   Location  
Jun 21, 1980
Texxas world music festival '80 (Texas Jam III)
Eagles / Foreigner / April Wine / Sammy Hagar / Point Blank / La Roux / Savvy / Cheap Trick / christopher cross
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Cotton Bowl Dallas, Texas, United States

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Texxas world music festival '80 (Texas Jam III) on Jun 21, 1980 [308-small]

Texxas world music festival '80 (Texas Jam III)
Jun 21, 1980
 Dallas, Texas, United States
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