Lionel Richie will bring all his top hits to the stage in Philadelphia this summer, and “very special guest” Mariah Carey will join him.
Lionel Richie has sold over 100 million records worldwide, and has won five Grammy Awards. Richie was born in 1949 and grew up in Tuskegee, Alabama. After founding the R&B act the Commodores in the 1970s, Richie went on to release a self-titled solo album in 1982. The ballad “Truly” from his album reached No. 1 and garnered Richie a Grammy Award. The singer-songwriter didn’t stop there, with hits like “Hello” and “Dancing on the Ceiling” following. He co-wrote the song “We Are the World” with Michael Jackson and has continued to release albums in recent years.
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