The idea for these lowball glasses came from Tanya, who grew up singing along to Foreigner songs in her native Massachusetts. When Tanya arrived in Rochester ten years ago, she learned that Foreigner front man Lou Gramm was not only a native Rochesterian, but that he still lived in the region. Her affection for Foreigner grew deeper. Tanya resurrected her albums and was delighted to find many of her favorite songs have stood the test of time. When she realized she was not alone in her devotion to our hometown rockstar, she knew it was time to develop a Young Lion project dedicated to him. Young Lion believes Lou Gramm’s musical talents are really worthy of a statue downtown. However, for now, this little project honoring Mr. Gramm will demonstrate our admiration for his beautiful voice, his brilliant lyrics, and his connection to our great region.
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