December 15, 2017
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October's "DCV Rocks" winner is …

October's "DCV Rocks" winner is …

Mike Scheid of FedEx Supply Chain. Send us your November-issue answers by midnight Pacific time to be entered into our next prize drawing.

By Martha Spizziri

Cover of Foreigner's first album
Foreigner's first album featured the hit "Cold as ice."

Mike Scheid of FedEx Supply Chain identified the pop song mentioned in our October issue as "Cold as ice." That means he'll be warming up his winter mornings with hot bevvies from Joey Kramer's Rockin' & Roastin' Organic Coffee.

"Cold as ice" is also the title of a song by the band Foreigner. The British-American band was started in New York by London-born guitarist Mick Jones (not to be confused with the Clash guitarist of the same name). Jones co-wrote the song with vocalist Lou Gramm; it appeared on their 1977 self-titled debut album and reached number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100. Gramm and Jones went on to write many more hits for the group, including "Double vision," "Feels like the first time," "Hot blooded," and "Jukebox hero."

Jones reportedly came up with the band's name to reflect its makeup: three Brits (Jones; fellow Londoner Ian McDonald, who'd played saxophone with progressive-rock group King Crimson; and British drummer Dennis Elliot) and three Americans (Gramm; keyboardist Al Greenwood, and bassist Ed Gagliardi).

Foreigner is among the 50 best-selling bands of all time, according to Business Insider. The band still tours today, with Jones as the only original member.

November-issue deadline is today

You have until the end of today to try for your own coffee sampler. Find the song title in our November issue, then submit your answer to by midnight Pacific time. If you need a clue, turn to the table of contents of our November print issue, our digital edition, or our mobile version.

Cold As Ice (Lyric Video) by Foreigner on VEVO.

About the Author

Martha Spizziri
Managing Editor - Digital
Martha Spizziri has been a writer and editor for more than 30 years. She spent 11 years at Logistics Management and was web editor at Modern Materials Handling magazine for five years, starting with the website's launch in 1996. She has long experience in developing and managing Web-based products.

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