Last month, during Foreigner’s 40th anniversary tour, original members Lou Gramm, Ian McDonald, and Al Greenwood reunited with the current incarnation of the band for a three-song encore during a show in New York. Founding guitarist Mick Jones--who heads the current lineup--now says there may be more such reunions ahead.

"Oh, it's definitely crossed my mind," Jones said recently, speaking with Billboard. "I think it's something the fans would love. It'd be interesting, the contrast of the two styles of the two bands. I think it would be appealing. It's not carved in whatever things are carved in, but the thoughts are flowing around. But I'm still not quite sure how to forecast it."


Making the endeavor more likely, says Jones, is the fact that all members of the band—past and present—are “getting on very well together.”

“…. It's just refreshing and we're really enjoying it," he says. "Lou is good, and he's kept his voice. Al and Ian are playing the same as they did 40 years ago, basically, and it's a hoot. It's great adrenaline and very enjoyable. I think there's no bad apple anywhere in the whole thing, so I can't see any big problems."

Meanwhile, Foreigner continues to forge ahead with the tour. “It feels like the early '80s,” he said. “The crowds are flocking in everywhere. The party atmosphere is undeniable. It feels like the old days back again, so it's going tremendously well. I'm just so happy."