A Legend is coming back! Lionel Richie announced All the Hits Tour was rescheduled! Hurry up to catch your tickets at GuruTickets and join the stunning show you have been longing for! Let his music and tender lyrics surround you again and again.
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Lionel Richie’s tour title is “Lionel Richie: All the Hits with Very Special Guest Mariah Carey.” Therefore, his 2017 tour will feature one of the biggest female musicians, Mariah Carey. This line up is one that you will never see again, so tickets will be going quickly. The tour is currently postponed due to his knee surgery, but the new dates will be announced soon.
Venues include TD Garden, Golden 1 Center, BB&T Center, and Bridgestone Arena. In every city, the venue is huge, demonstrating the enormity of the tour itself. Catch tickets to see one icon perform with one of today’s icons for a unique show like never before.
Lionel Richie is a man of many talents. He is an American singer-songwriter, musician, record producer and actor.
Richie’s most recent solo album title comes from the town he grew up in, Tuskegee, Alabama. He went to school there and formed a succession of R&B groups in the mid-1960’s. After school he became and singer and saxophonist with the Commodores. Richie played with them for fifteen years while writing songs for other artists such as Kenny Rogers. His solo career launched in 1982 with his self-titled debut album which contained three hit singles. The album sold over 4 million copies. This was just the beginning of Lionel Richie’s way to the top.
Richie’s second album, Can’t Slow Down, sold over 8 million copies and won two Grammy Awards including Album of the Year. This album contained the song “All Night Long” which Richie performed at the closing ceremony of the XXIII Olympic Games in Los Angeles. He continued to produce several more Top 10 hits over the years. He has continued to perform fan favorites throughout the years and came out with his most recent album Tuskegee in 2012.
Lionel Richie (1982)
Can’t Slow Down (1983)
Dancing on the Ceiling (1986)
Back to Front (1992)