Lionel Richie is a music legend who has written, performed and produced timeless classic hits and multi-platinum albums. While attending Alabama’s Tuskegee Institute in 1967, Richie co-founded The Commodores. After the band signed with Motown Records in 1971, its hits included the funky “Brick House” and the Richie-penned ballads “Easy,” “Three Times a Lady” and “Sail On.”
After a decade, Richie began working outside the group, topping the charts with “All Night Long,” “Truly,” “Endless Love” (with Diana Ross) and “Dancing on the Ceiling.”
His latest release, JUST GO, features collaborations with some of today’s hottest hit-makers. Richie has been honored with five Grammy Awards, an Oscar, 11 American Music Awards, five People’s Choice Awards and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.