© 2017 Sebastian Sabal-BruceFresh from his historic reunion performance with Foreigner last week in Wantagh, New York, the group’s founding multi-instrumentalist, Ian McDonald, is set to play a new concert with his current band, Honey West, tonight at the intimate New York City club Rockwood Music Hall. Honey West, which features McDonald collaborating with stage actor-turned-singer/songwriter Ted Zurkowski, released its debut album, Bad Old World, in May.

McDonald, who’s also a founding member of U.K. prog-rocker pioneers King Crimson, produced Bad Old World and contributed lead guitars, keyboards, flute, saxophones, clarinet and more to the project. The Rockwood Music Hall show currently is the group’s only scheduled gig.

On Thursday, July 20, McDonald and fellow original Foreigner members Lou Gramm and Al Greenwood joined their old group’s current lineup at a concert held at the Jones Beach Theatre, marking the first time the ex-band mates had performed together since 1980. Some of the former band members are expected to make additional special appearances at upcoming stops on Foreigner’s current 40th anniversary tour.

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