Lionel Richie is back in London with his "Tuskegee Tour" -- his first European tour dates since 2009. The tour will coincide with the release of "Tuskegee", his eagerly anticipated new album.
From The Commodores in the 70s, to his solo shows since, Richie has been responsible for some of the all-time classic tracks. Songs like "Easy", "Hello" and "Three Times A Lady" have fueled sales of more than 100 million records, won him five Grammys, and even bagged him an Oscar for 'Best Original Score'.
The O2 Arena is London’s premier concert venue, boasting some superb acoustics and unobstructed sightlines. Its 23,000 capacity makes it one of the largest indoor arenas in Europe.
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