Since the Seventies, Lou Gramm has wanted to know what love is. He wants us to show him. We’ll get a chance to do just that when the longtime Foreigner frontman brings his powerhouse vocals to Gulfstream Park tonight, assuming of course that Mr. Gramm won’t be nursing a fever of 103 -- ’cause, you know, he’s “Hot Blooded.”

Though Foreigner disbanded years ago, the magic of the multiplatinum group lives on in Gramm’s solo shows. The power-ballad pioneer’s career has spanned four decades, driven by monster hits like “Feels Like the First Time,” “Double Vision,” and “Waiting for a Girl Like You” rocketing the band’s record sales past 50 million. He has toured the world, headlining stadium shows from New York to New Dehli, so you can bet your Camaro the man knows how to put on a performance. Head up to Broward, and bring your lighter.
Fri., Aug. 17, 9 p.m.


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