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August 2nd, 2008 11:00am EDT
ForeignerBeginning on August 4th, legendary band Foreigner will make stops in Los Angeles and New York to promote their national tour and new Greatest Hits album, No End in Sight: The Very Best of Foreigner, which was released by Rhino Records on July 15th. The disc features 32 tracks, including all the band's #1 hits, in addition to new live recordings and "Too Late," their first new single in more than a decade.

Foreigner's first stop will be at the Key Club on Monday, August 4th, where 95.5 KLOS' "Mark and Brian in the Morning" show will host a live performance by the band. The "Mark and Brian in the Morning" show is also offering fans the opportunity to call in and win tickets to Foreigner's live performance. Fans who cannot attend in person can listen in to the show by tuning into 95.5 KLOS on August 4th from 8:30-10:00 am PST. The band will then head to Los Angeles' AOL/Spinner studios, where they will be interviewed for "The Music Insider," followed by an interview with IGN.com.

From there, the band will travel to New York, where they will perform live on NBC's Today Show on Wednesday, August 6th. Additional television appearances will include an interview with Access Hollywood and A&E Private Sessions. Foreigner will continue their whirlwind promotional tour with radio appearances at VH1 Radio, Sirius, and Westwood One. The band will wrap up their New York visit with a live performance on CBS' Early Show on Saturday, August 9th.

"No End in Sight: The Very Best of Foreigner" is a fist-pumping romp through the band's music (1977-present), from hard rocking early hits ("Cold As Ice," "Double Vision," "Hot Blooded," "Feels Like The First Time") and classic cuts ("I Want To Know What Love Is," "Dirty White Boy," "Head Games," "Urgent") to later gems. In addition to the parade of hits, the collection is bolstered with the new recording "Too Late," and a new acoustic version of "Say You Will," as well as recent in-concert recordings of "Starrider" and the medley "Juke Box Hero/Whole Lotta Love." The band recently wrapped up a co-headlining tour with Bryan Adams, and will continue to tour nationally throughout the fall.