Mick Jones

Mick Jones of Foreigner (Thos Robinson/Getty Images)

Mick Jones ‘Outs’ Closeted Foreigner Fans, Talks Tour With Styx

One famously cranky rock critic “Ripped us to pieces in the press, and I found out that he had these parties at his house on weekends, where he always played at least two Foreigner songs.”

02/10/2014

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Mick Jones Recalls Opening For The Beatles: They ‘Took Me Under Their Wing’

Mick Jones of Foreigner called in this morning to talk about his incredible connection to the Fab Four when he just starting his career in music. Mick told us his story of how his band […]

02/07/2014

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The Clash Talk ‘Soundsystem,’ Being Wilder Than The Kinks And Scaring The Who

Younger music fans may be confused when presented with Sound System, the new Clash box set. That’s because it comes in the shape of an old-school boombox, which, these days, is about quaint as a telegraph machine or a crankable record player. You can admire the exterior all you want (or not): what’s actually in the box is the complete discography and then some, of one of the greatest and most influential rock groups of all time.

09/27/2013

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Foreigner’s Jones And Gramm To Reunite For Songwriters Hall Of Fame.

Former Foreigner bandmates Mick Jones and Lou Gramm will perform on stage together for the first time in over a decade at the Songwriters Hall of Fame ceremony in New York City on June 13. The […]

03/04/2013

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Paul McCartney Contributes To New “He Ain’t Heavy” Cover

Paul McCartney has joined an all-star collective of artists to record a new version of the classic “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother.” Mick Jones from The Clash, Glen Tilbrook of Squeeze and Gerry Marsden of Gerry & The Pacemakers, as well as younger artists like Melanie C. of The Spice Girls and Robbie Williams are all on the track as well.

11/23/2012

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Jakob Dylan Gets His Clash On With “Reboot”

Dylan has often referenced Joe Strummer and The Clash as a huge influence, and he wears it proudly on his sleeve on the new Wallflowers single, “Reboot The Mission.” With a piano driven rocksteady beat, the song wouldn’t sound out of place on Combat Rock. But The Clash references go far beyond just the sound of the song.

07/24/2012

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