When Lionel Richie hit the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury to fill the iconic Sunday afternoon ‘Legends’ slot, little did he know that his performance would attract the biggest audience of the weekend.
It was a spectacular performance which proved that his substantial repertoire of songs, both from his time as lead singer for the Commodores and as a solo artist, have stood the test of time and will continue to do so.
Off the back of his now legendary Glastonbury appearance his album “The Definitive Collection” went straight to number one, some 12 years after it was first released and 23 years since he last hit top spot.
Now in his 60s and after 45 years in music, Richie still has bundles of energy and the stamina of someone much younger. His smile will tell you that he’s continuing to have the time of his life and, although he perhaps would struggle to dance on the ceiling, he knows how to throw a party so make sure you’re there with National Holidays!
On his “All The Hits” Tour, expect just that. Hit after hit after hit from one of the world’s most charismatic performers who has sold more than 100million records worldwide and won countless awards including four Grammys, a Golden Globe and an Oscar. Expect all your favourites from one of music’s most celebrated careers.
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