Lou Gramm (Foreigner) will be in concert on Oct. 9 at Indianapolis, IN. The Indiana Ice is excited to announce that Lou Gramm of Foreigner will be on stage for a post-game concert following the team's first-ever home game on Saturday, October 9th against the Waterloo Black Hawks. Game time is 7:00 p.m. from the Pepsi Coliseum.
"You're as cold as ice, you're willing to sacrifice our love; You never take advice, someday you'll pay the price, I know...". (Opening Verse from "Cold as Ice")
Born in Rochester, NY, Lou Gramm is the lead vocalist and co-writer for the superstar band of the 70's and 80's, Foreigner. His 26-plus years as the band's frontrunner have been filled with accolades as the groups' laurels include a dozen gold and platinum albums, nearly 20 hit singles and several major music industry awards.
The band broke out on the scene in 1975 with their debut album of the same name that included big-time radio hits "Feels Like the First Time" and "Cold as Ice." Later albums included other hit tunes like "Hot Blooded," "Head Games," and "Double Vision." Arguably their most well-known album, "Foreigner 4" was released in 1981 and brought such rock hits "Juke Box Hero," "Urgent" and "Waiting For A Girl Like You" to the forefront.
"You're as cold as ice, cold as ice, I know, oh yes I know..." (Last verse from "Cold as Ice")
In addition to the concert, opening night festivities for the day will begin at 4:30 p.m. in front of the Pepsi Coliseum. Q-95 will be on hand playing music and spinning their famous prize wheel. The gathering will also include appearances from clowns and face painters and there will be plenty of games for kids. Food and beverages will also be available.
Tickets start as low as $9 for the concert and Ice game and can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations including select Marsh Supermarkets, Karma Records, select L.S. Ayres and the Indiana State Fairgrounds and Conseco Fieldhouse box offices, or by calling 239-5151 or online at ticketmaster.com.
Groups of ten or more can order their tickets through the Ice office by calling 925-4423.