Original Foreigner singer Lou Gramm has announced that this will be the last year he is performing on stages.

In an interview with Lee Richey, Gramm disclosed that his three-decades-long career of performing live will come to an close by this year’s end.

“This is my last year… I’ve been doing it, jeez, for almost 50 years,” Gramm said. “I would like to turn my attention to my family and my muscle cars and just enjoy myself knowing that when I lay down at night, it’ll be in my own bed.”

“This is gonna be it. I’ve been putting it off and putting it off. And I still enjoy performing, but when you’ve been doing it for as long as I have, the travel is the worst. It really takes its toll . And that’s a sign that you’re getting old,” he added.

Gramm had previously announced his retirement in 2018.

Foreigner has been nominated to the 2024 class of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Gramm said he would take part in the induction ceremony.

“I’ve heard that we’re going to play a song or two (if inducted),” Gramm said. “And I was told that I would be singing.”

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