Sunday, 27 March 2011

Lionel Richie will be turn back in Australia and New Zealand

AFL Grand Final in October this special performance after, iconic actor Lionel Richie will be turn back in Australia and New Zealand on March 2011.

to win one of ten Enter double bill Wednesday April 6 Stadium, Perth is going through his concert.

Extensive career in four decades, Lionel Richie has consistently bowled critics and its great collection of hits, with legions of fans won.

Popular 1970s band after this period Funk Commodore, Lionel Richie further his self titled debut with individual early 80s it has become a worldwide household name to fame was thrust into leadership.

Richie's music, is an extraordinary person 'house) dancing on the roof' infamous pop anthems, including 'all night (All Night) long and powerful' Hello 'and' Endless Love 'ballads, international fame and Widely beloved.

Multiple Grammy awards, Lionel Richie's enduring dialogue, smooth focus and mesmerizing stage presence for fear of the winner late in the audience was presented and to be affected.

Lionel Richie tour supporting Australian pop star and everyone's favourite fro Guy Sebastian.

Saturday, 12 March 2011

Lionel Richie Cries For Ancestor

Family tree on Who Do You Think You Are? has been traced by Lionel Richie and he fought back tears.

The singer found that his civil rights pioneering great-grandfather was buried in a pauper's grave.

He said: 'We take so much for granted. This is about as close to a spiritual awakening as I've ever had in my entire life.'

Former Commodores star Richie said: 'When we first started this journey I was always thinking we might uncover an ancestor like this [a slave owner], but this is unnerving in one respect, and empowering in another. It was an extremely brutal time.'

Thursday, 3 March 2011

Lionel Richie prepare duets album to join Rascal Flatts and Jason Aldean

Legendary Lionel Richie prepare his upcoming country duets album in September to join his latest artists Rascal Flatts and Jason Aldean.

The Flatts alongside Lionel Richie were in the studio in this week on his 1985 hit, 'Dancing on the Ceiling.'

The trio's Joe Don Rooney tweeted about their session last night, and called Lionel "one groovy freakin' cat," and said their recording was "magic."

Jason Aldean with R & B star on his 1986 hit teamed up at No. 1, Say You, Say Me, 'a couple of weeks ago, and Georgia could not be more than happy local.

Jason tells The Boot, "I was a fan of his for a long time, and got the call that he was doing that duets record and jumped at the chance. It was cool. I mean Lionel Richie has written some of the best songs of this generation, period. To be able to go in and work with him ... I mean, talk about a guy who was on 'We Are the World?' It's pretty insane!"