Singer and composer Lionel Richie needs little introduction: he has sold over 100 million albums all over the world and received prestigious awards such as Grammy Awards, American Music Awards, a Golden Globe and an Academy Award. His career started in the Commodores, a student band which grew into a regular hit machine. Richie wrote many of those hits, such as Three Times A Lady, Brick House, Sail On, and Easy. In the early 1980s he released his first solo album and scored many successful singles, among which All Night Long, Hello, Say You Say Me and Dancing On The Ceiling. His latest album Tuskegee was released in 2012 and named after his Alabama hometown. It contains duet sung reinterpretations of his songs with several well-known artists. This year, he is traveling the world with his tour All The Hits All Night Long.