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Sunday Feb 22, 2015 7:30PM Ericsson Globe Stockholm, Buy Tickets More Info
Saturday Feb 28, 2015 Phones4u Arena Manchester Manchester, Buy Tickets More Info
Sunday Mar 1, 2015 The O2 London, Buy Tickets More Info
Friday Mar 13, 2015 Echo Arena Liverpool Liverpool, Buy Tickets More Info
Saturday Mar 14, 2015 Barclaycard Arena Birmingham, Buy Tickets More Info
Monday Mar 16, 2015 Motorpoint Arena Cardiff Cardiff, Buy Tickets More Info
Tuesday Mar 17, 2015 Capital FM Arena Nottingham, Buy Tickets More Info
Tuesday Mar 31, 2015 The O2 London, Buy Tickets More Info

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Bio

Legendary singer, songwriter, producer and five-time Grammy award-winning Island recording artist Lionel Richie returns to touring, nearly 25 years since his first solo shows took...

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Legendary singer, songwriter, producer and five-time Grammy award-winning Island recording artist Lionel Richie returns to touring, nearly 25 years since his first solo shows took place.

Audiences are never disappointed with Richie's exuberant live shows. From the memorable early days of the Commodores, to the sweet serenades of his Eighties piano ballads, to more recent up-tempo pop tracks from the Noughties, he delivers a potent mix of material spanning over 30 years in the business.

Richie's career has seen him rack up sales of more than 100 million albums, 22 top 10s, five Grammys, an Oscar for Best Original Score, a Golden Globe and a host of other awards from virtually every major entertainment organisation.

He has shaped popular culture, with his music serving as the soundtrack of several generations around the world. His music has remained at the forefront of his fans' milestone moments - first kiss, first wedding dance, first break up, first child.

New album Tuskegee was released on 12 March 2012.

Richie has re-recorded 14 of his international hits, including Endless Love, Easy and Angel as duets. He is joined by renowned artists such as Shania Twain, Kenny Rogers and Willie Nelson, as well as his pick of today's contemporary scene in Little Big Town and Pixie Lott.