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Juke Box Hero: My Five Decades in Rock 'n' Roll Lou Gramm Rose From Humble, Working Class Roots In Rochester, New York, To Become One Of Rock S Most Popular And Distinctive Voices In The S And S, Singing And Cowriting Than A Dozen Hits With The Band Foreigner Songs Such As Cold As Ice, I Want To Know What Love Is, Waiting For A Girl Like You, Double Vision, Urgent, And Midnight Blue Are Among Gramm Songs That Achieved Top Status On The Billboard Charts And Became Rock Classics Still Played Often, Nearly Three Decades After They First Hit The Airwaves And The Record Store Shelves Juke Box Hero The My Five Decades In Rock N Roll Chronicles, With Remarkable Candor, The Ups And Downs Of This Popular Rocker S Amazing Life A Life Which Saw Him Achieve Worldwide Fame And Fortune, Then Succumb To Its Trappings Before Summoning The Courage And Faith To Overcome His Drug Addiction And A Life Threatening Brain Tumor Gramm Takes The Reader Behind The Scenes Into The Recording Studio, Back Stage, On The Bus Trips And Beyond To Give An Insider S Look Into The Life Of The Man Rolling Stone Magazine Referred To As The Pavarotti Of Rock

10 thoughts on “Juke Box Hero: My Five Decades in Rock 'n' Roll

  1. says:

    lead vocalist and co songwriter of foreignerI was familiar with Lou Gramm from some Foreigner vinyl that I played, played and played some .Indeed, there is muchto know of this member of the Songwriters Hall Of Fame.You ll encounter your usual rock n roll demons wealth, fame, drugs booze interpreted in unique Grammatico style.Redemption is an ad

  2. says:

    When I saw that Lou Gramm s autobiography ran fewer than 250 pages, I wondered how such a prolific rock star could possibly do justice to his life in such a short book Well, it turns out that Gramm says a lot in a few words I never felt he shortchanged any of the topics I wanted him to discuss and he covered both his childhood and his career qui

  3. says:

    People will forever relate Lou Gramm to Foreigner but he was so muchI grew up listening to them around my dad He was a musician in his early days before I was born and I want to know what love is is my parents wedding song I cry every time I hear it, I don t know why Lou is bitterly honest about his days in Foreigner which unfortunately aren t at

  4. says:

    Wow I admire Lou Gramm so muchHe s a rock icon in my book, but after reading this memoir, I know he isthan just a rock legend he s also a good man I can t say that about a few other legends in rock Gramm is a man that can love his family, make amends, be remorseful, and openly share his faith I was intrigued by his brain surgery ordeal and its aft

  5. says:

    Lou is very low key in this memoir Doesn t mention names of his ex wives nor tells about his issues Doesn t talk about heavy drug use and alcohol or sex romps although as a famous rock star one would assume all lead singers dealt with their share of groupies I don t know what else to say I really wanted to like the book but he talks alot about base

  6. says:

    just couldn t get into it, though it did make me dust off my foreigner music

  7. says:

    It s never good to end a book wondering why you picked it up So much rich possibilities but it went nowhere.

  8. says:

    I thought Lou Gramm might have some interesting stories to tell, and he does From the start, you can tell he has deep affection for his hometown Rochester I enjoyed reading about his love of the town His attempts at putting a band together before Mick Jones was interesting Maybe the most enjoyable parts is where he discusses the work on Foreigner s fi

  9. says:

    Solid, if short, book on Lou Gramm s take on his life and careerWhat I liked about this book was Lou Gramm s attempt to be as honest as possible while looking back over his career and in explaining why he made the decisions he did I think Foreigner fans would have liked Gramm to have been a part of Foreigner for a longer period of time, particularly in

  10. says:

    Jukebox HeroFor anyone that loves rock music this is a must Still today Foreigner is on all my play lists and I have many CD s It shows the journey of dreams to reality some great, some devastating but all a part of Lou Gramms life.

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