Lou Gramm

Lou Gramm
 

Lou Gramm

The Lou Gramm Band, led by Lou Gramm, also includes musicians Don Mancuso, Ben Gramm, Andy Knoll and AD Zimmerman. Gramm is an American rock vocalist and songwriter who was born and raised in Rochester. He graduated from Gates-Chili High School and is an alumni of Monroe Community College. For more than 25 years, Gramm was the lead vocalist for the rock band Foreigner. He has also enjoyed a successful solo career. Gramm’s musical career began in his mid-teens, playing in local Rochester bands, including St. James Infirmary (later The Infirmary), PHFFT, Poor Heart, and the Black Sheep. 

 

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