First off I have been a Foreigner fan for many years, and have seen them many times since Kelly joined several years ago. Also I respect everyone's desire for privacy when it comes to health issues. That said, it has been about a year and a half since Mick effectively stopped performing with the band (with very few recent exceptions). It is nothing less than fraudulent to have this website still replete with photos, articles, ads, interviews etc, still parading Mick as the frontman and guitarist of the band. I can only assume the band's promoters or management are trying to keep the 'brand value' of the Foreigner name up , by misleading people for as long as possible into believing that a key founding member of Mick's stature (or is it ex-member?) is still fully active in the band.
Let me describe a somewhat similar situation with the band Styx. Chuck Panozzo (original bass player) became unable to tour and perform regularly many years ago due to ongoing health related issues. He now makes occasional surprise appearances with the band. But their website is very upfront about that and make it clear that Chuck is not their bass player. As opposed to the foreigneronline.com "About" page where Mick is portrayed as THE lead guitarist in the band, in photos and text. Again, simply fraud.
p.s re other topic posted lately:
Forget about Lou Gramm reuniting with Mick. First of all (as I covered above) Mick is effectively gone from the band, as far as I can tell. Secondly, I think trying to replace Kelly with Lou would be problematic in a few ways. I personally prefer Kelly's voice at this point.
Digressing further, that is similar to the situation with Jason Bonham's band (Led Zeppelin Experience). They have an absolutely amazing vocalist who sounds eerily just like Robert Plant "back in the day". Robert Plant unfortunately can't do Robert Plant like that any more.
The one reunion I really would like to see is Dennis DeYoung back with Tommy Shaw and Styx (which I can't see happening, sadly). When I saw Dennis's band a couple of years ago I was surprisingly impressedf by his vocals and keyboard work, and supporting band (I had not expected much, being quite a fan of the Styx lineup under Tommy and with Gowan).
That's all for now