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Lionel Richie Takes His Hits On The Road

11:01 AM Friday 6/7/13 |   |

Get ready for some memories.  That fabulous hit machine known as Lionel Richie is venturing forth on a fall excursion featuring all the songs you remember.  His “All The Hits All Night Long” tour launches in Florida in mid-September.

  • Lionel Richie

    NBC "Today" show, New York City
    August 16, 2012

    (Charles Sykes / Invision / AP)

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How many of Richie’s hits can you name off the top of your head?  Songs like “Truly,” “Endless Love,” “Stuck On You” and “Dancing On The Ceiling” dominated pop charts during the 1980s and his performance of “All Night Long (All Night)” was one of the highlights of the closing ceremonies for the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.  Chances are you can hum every one of his songs for they are indelibly engraved in our personal memory vaults.

“I’m so lucky to have the collection of songs that I can play for my fans, it becomes a giant sing-along most nights,” Richie said.  “People always ask me, ‘what are you going to sing tonight, Lionel?’ and I always laugh and reply, ‘What are YOU going to sing tonight?’”

Now you can relive those thrilling melodic days of yore as the five-time Grammy winner returns to the concert trail. Here’s the routing:

Sept. 18 – Hollywood, Fla., Hard Rock Live
Sept. 21 – Atlantic City, N.J., Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa / Event Ctr.
Sept. 24 – Brooklyn, N.Y., Barclays Center
Sept. 25 – Fairfax, Va., Patriot Center
Sept. 27 – Atlanta, Ga., Chastain Park Amphitheatre
Sept. 28 – Nashville, Tenn., Bridgestone Arena
Sept. 29 – Chicago, Ill., United Center
Oct. 2 – Rama, Ontario, Casino Rama Entertainment Centre
Oct. 3 – Windsor, Ontario, Caesars Windsor “The Colosseum”
Oct. 5 – Catoosa, Oklahoma, The Joint @ Hard Rock Casino / Tulsa
Oct. 9 – Mexico City, Mexico, Arena Ciudad De Mexico
Oct. 12 – The Woodlands, Texas, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Oct. 17 – San Jose, Calif., HP Pavilion At San Jose
Oct. 18 – Los Angeles, Calif., Hollywood Bowl

Ticket sales begin June 14.  Check out LionelRichie.com for more information.


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