2017 has been another big year for the reunion. Guns 'N Roses have stolen much of the spotlight with round 2 of the Not In This Lifetime tour, and the 30th anniversary of Appetite For Destruction. Since 2003, the Mick Jones led Foreigner have been filling concert halls with someone other than the singer who was the voice of hits like "Juke Box Hero," "I Want To Know What Love Is," and "Hot Blooded." While former Hurricane singer Kelley Hansen has done an admirable job in the role, die hard fans still longed for the original lead singer. Last week, they got it.

Lou Gramm sang lead with the band for the first time in 14 years, while Ian McDonald Al Greenwood, both founding members, last performed with the group in 1980. The band has new hope for the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame with Journey in. No word if there will be future reunion performances, but a Hall nod would certainly fuel further talks.