Ronson To Help Make New Foreigner Album

FOREIGNER founder MICK JONES is calling in a favour from his stepson MARK RONSON - the producer is helping the guitarist to help make a comeback album. Jones married Ronson's mother, Ann Dexter-Jones, when the beatmaker was a young child, and the 62-year-old axeman now plans to utilise his family ties to bring the 1970s rock band Foreigner's sound up-to-date. He says, "I stay up to date with what is going on - especially with the success of Mark. "I like to think I have been an influence and now I might ask for a little favour back. "We have wanted to work together for a long time and getting him involved in a track would be a lot of fun."


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