Gramm made moves to put aside his decade-long feud with the band's guitarist Mick Jones ahead of their induction into the Songwriters Hall Of Fame next month (Jun13) and had hinted at the possibility of a reunion tour.
The singer left Foreigner in 2003 due to "miscommunication" between himself and Jones and relations have been strained ever since, but in a recent interview with Classic Rock magazine, Gramm insisted he would be open to a reunion if the pair could rekindle its friendship.
However, Gramm has now reversed his decision, releasing a statement to the publication which reads, "Though both Lou Gramm and Mick Jones will be on hand for the Songwriters Hall of Fame, there are no plans for the two to head out on a reunion tour.
"Despite recent media reports that a reunion is being planned, at present time, there are no dialogues about any dates, though both continue to tour (separately)."
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