Recently the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced the 2024 class of inductees and it's quite the list of artists. Ozzy Osbourne, Peter Frampton, Dave Matthews Band and Cher to name a few will be inducted on October 19, 2024.

Foreigner is another band that will be inducted into the Hall of fame this year and the man that fronted Foreigner for 25 years, on and off, Just announced a show in the Capital Region.

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Lou Gramm, the original voice and founding member of Foreigner, will play the Palace Theatre in Albany, NY on Saturday October 5, 2024. Tickets for this Lou Gramm show will go on sale to the general public Friday May 3rd at 10am at

Q1057 and 1035, the Capital Region's Classic rock Station is hosting a pre-sale event from Wednesday May 1st at 10am until Thursday May 3nd at 10pm. Click HERE for this pre-sale event and use the code: WQBK.

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Rochester, NY native Lou Gramm brings his All Stars to Albany for a show certain to take you back in time. The singer and songwriter behind huge hits such as Juke Box Hero, I Wanna Know What Love Is, Cold As Ice, Hot Blooded and many more.

Lou Gramm's former band Foreigner will play Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga, NY on Tuesday July 30th with Styx and special guest John Waite. The current Foreigner lineup only occasionally features 1 original member, Mick Jones. Jones suffers from Parkinson's Disease.

2024 Capital Region Concert Calendar

This New York Concert Calendar is updated regularly so keep checking back for the latest on Saratoga Performing Arts Center, MVP Arena, The Egg, the Palace Theatre and much more!

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LOOK BACK at Albany's Kickerbocker Arena 1990

Albany's legendary Knickerbocker Arena opened in 1990. Let's take a look back at that inaugural year to see some of the artists that came to the Capital Region of New York to perform. How many of these do you remember?

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SPAC in the 80's

This is a look back at SPAC, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, in the 1980's

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