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General Discussion / To the Foreigner Minions -- U know \WHO YOU ARE!!!!!
« Last post by Starrider81 on August 21, 2014, 05:25:51 pm »
Okay, I know most like this post will be ignored and not commented on but whoever runs this message board most likely runs the Facebook Foreigner page --- so this is for those Minions (Babs Tatjana OR however U spell your names!!) I had been trying to get ahold of Mick Jones in private sending him an image of a portrait that I did of him, I even sent it on his private Facebook. This was a couple weeks ago before they went to Lorain County. Ok I haven't heard anything, I wanted to follow up. So being *nice* posted about it on the group's facebook, next thing I know I'm deleted!! REALLY!! You people HATE people who dissagree with you that much huh?? Wow!!!! I'll admit, I'm NOT a fan of the current line up and never was but Mick Jones will allways be the heart of Foreigner and I'll allways be a fan of him and the music of Foriegner!! I AM over the Kelly crap!!!! U all fanatics can gawk over him for all I care!!! okay! The only thing I worry about is the future of the band when Mick is gone....I admire Mick for continuing the band and the music that's why I did the painting portrait and it wou;d be nice to at least know he's seen it. Hell,when I did Lou's portrait a few months ago guess what ?? I heard from his wife!!!!!! She said he saw it and loved it!!!! Hopefully, I'll get the chance to give him to him as a gift like I was hoping to do the same for Mick but it looks like that won't happen while the minions are in control right?? :(

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Concert Reviews / Re: August 19, 2014 - Standing in the rain, (Lorian Co., OH)
« Last post by Starrider81 on August 20, 2014, 07:51:07 pm »
Yeeeeeeah but the QUESTION of the night .... Was Mick Jones playing or was "Blondie" filling in or him.... without Mick they are just a glorified Karoke/Tribute band!!!!
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Concert Reviews / August 19, 2014 - Standing in the rain, (Lorian Co., OH)
« Last post by robk13 on August 20, 2014, 12:25:28 am »
The band was welcomed by an audience that was ready to rock. It was incredible watching young kids jumping and singing 'Double Vision' along with the band--right along with those of us who are no longer kids (well, at least according to that darned birth date on our driver's license.)

Unfortunately, the threatening weather caught up to us several songs into the set. The wind picked up and Kelly announced that due the threat of wind and lightening there would be a pause; however they were told it might not be too long and the band would be back on stage if at all possible.

The crew jumped on securing the stage and tarping the gear. Security moved the crowd well away from the stage in an efficient and respectful manner. They made the right call because before long the clouds opened, the lightening crackled, and it rained steadily for a good half hour. I am guessing the duration because it is hard to judge time hunched under a poncho on a folding chair while rain pours over you and lightening crackles everywhere.

As the rain poured down, a group in the stands began to chant, "Hell no, we won't go!" Then, during one series of bright lightening bolts, another group broke into 'Juke Box Hero'. That gave me a reason to smile as cold rain continued to  wash down my back.

Eventually, the rain stopped, the crowd cheered, and then the wait for a decision. Again guessing, it was about another half hour before music was heard from the PA, and cheering erupted once again.

Soon, the crowd rushed back to the stage, the band appeared, and Kelly spoke: Good news, and bad news.

First, the bad news. Another weather cell was on the way and lightening could still be seen in the area. All things considered--the weather, the already soaked infrastructure, etc., it was not feasible to completely reset the entire stage. It was understandable as there are so many issues, from electronics, to safety, and no doubt more.

The good news: The band wanted to do a couple more songs for us anyway. So, we were able to rock to "unplugged" versions of two more songs, closing with Feels Like the First Time.

This evening there would be no Juke Box Hero, but I was thrilled to be able to see my boys again. Hoping they will make another stop in my neck of the woods next year, as it seems those stars in my eyes just will not go away!
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General Discussion / Re: Concert at Foxwoods on Sun. 6/29
« Last post by SU_5757 on August 17, 2014, 12:47:39 am »
I try not to voice negativity in public forums, but  I've been ignored on private emails.   This continued to be a poorly orchestrated night for the Meet and Greet. There were many others who also never received instructions for time and place of meeting,.  I didn't shell out the high $$  for a guitar but received a drumhead without Tom Gimbel's autograph when the merchandise was handed out by fans. Then to top it off, my photo still has not been posted.  I've tried 2 private inquiries so far regarding the photos and had no response.  Six pages of photos, but I guess mine didn't matter.  Anyone else disillusioned and disappointed?
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General Discussion / Re: freedom hall ky state fair louisville ky aug 15th
« Last post by SU_5757 on August 17, 2014, 12:18:40 am »
It's interesting that you raise the issue of Mick's absence.  Looking at the posted meet and greet photos , Mick's last appearance was July 27th.  Since the timing coincided with a break in The Soundtrack of Summer shows, perhaps it was a scheduled break for Mick as well.  It does leave us with the question of what is to come.

Sending best wishes for a complete recovery for your fracture and glad that there is a replacement show upcoming so soon.  Hope that we see an ongoing presence from Mick and that his health issues are not worsening.
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General Discussion / freedom hall ky state fair louisville ky aug 15th
« Last post by bitty48 on August 16, 2014, 10:02:52 am »
did anyone go to the concert at freedom hall louisville ky aug 15th? i broke my leg a few weeks ago & couldn't go. i read the courier journal on line & it had high marks for the band & stated that mick jones was not there!!! i plan to go to nashville in sept for the concert!!!!
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Ask the Band / Tahiti - French Polynesia
« Last post by RockNRoll4ever on August 12, 2014, 01:10:44 am »
Hi guys  :)

First of all I'd like to thank you all for keeping Foreigner alive. You're truly awesome! :) I love all of you and enjoy watching Foreigner's concerts videos online a lot *-* Unfortunately that's all I can do; watching concerts online, because I live in Tahiti in French Polynesia and my favorite bands never come here :'( I know it's far but I'm a huge fan and it would be a dream come true for me to see you live/meet you. Please make a fan happy! (you already do but it would be just awesome to see you here :D)

Lots of love from Tahiti, keep up the great work! :-*
Thanks again,
Anuhea.
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Well, understand from Live Nation website Foreigner is coming to Cleveland's Rockcasino in Nov 16th --- tickets go on sale Aug 15?? hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I guess I need to do alot of KISSING up if I want to attend this show and Give Mick his ""gift"" huh? :)

Mr. Annoying!!! ;P
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General Discussion / Re: Meet and Greet and signed Guitar pick up
« Last post by Rossco on August 10, 2014, 10:04:46 am »
Cool.  Sounds like they've got their act together.  Thanks for the informative reply.
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General Discussion / Re: Meet and Greet and signed Guitar pick up
« Last post by SU_5757 on August 09, 2014, 08:09:34 am »
Rossco,
You shouldn't have to miss a drumbeat of the show.  I attended shows with both line-up orders.  Brandon, who orchestrated the Meet&Greet. was clear in his instruction version that the merchandise pickup happens  by  meeting him next to the merchandise booth at THE END OF THE SHOW.  He fully understands the logistics of the night.  Not only do you not want to miss out on any Styx if they are closing but NO ONE wants fans heading back down front with guitars in hand.  Seems like asking for a disruptive ruckus.
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