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Lionel Richie

See five-time Grammy winner Lionel Richie live when his All The Hits All Night Long Tour with special guest CeeLo Green stops at USANA Amphitheatre June 10th.

Date: 2014-06-10
Time: 7:30 PM
Ticket Price: $125-$29.50

Special Information: On Sale: February 21 @ 10am. Rain or shine event.

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About This Person/Group

Propelled by his immensely productive songwriting skills along with his dynamic performing style, Lionel Richie has reached a series of dazzling artistic heights, setting new standards in his craft and in the industry.

Born in 1949 in Tuskegee Institute, Alabama (home to Tuskegee University), Richie's start in the music business came by accident. While it's true that his grandmother's piano lessons instilled in him the basics of music, the turning point came in the early 1970's during his freshman year at Tuskegee University, when five classmates asked him to join a band they were forming known as The Mystics.

The group later became The Commodores for whom Richie wrote some of his most enduring songs including "Still," "Sail On," "Easy" and the group's first number one hit, "Three Times a Lady," which earned a 1979 American Music Award and a People's Choice Award.

A string of Richie-penned songs took The Commodores to heights they'd never imagined, and at the dawn of the '80's, following the continued chart-topping successes of The Commodores, Richie began getting requests from other artists for their own album projects. In the fall of 1980, country-pop star, Kenny Rogers, was one of those who asked and Richie obliged with the song, "Lady," which spent six weeks at number one on the charts and remains one of Rogers' most requested songs.

While producing an album for Rogers and simultaneously working on a new Commodores album, Richie received a call from film director, Franco Zeferelli, who was looking for a theme song for his motion picture Endless Love. Again, Richie came up with a winner, writing and producing the title song, which he then performed as a duet with Diana Ross. The song spent nine weeks at number one on the charts and went on to garner an Oscar nomination, five Grammy nominations, an American Music Award, a People's Choice Award and became Motown Records' all-time, best-selling single.

As the momentum grew, a new chapter began unfolding, and in 1982, Richie embarked on his solo recording career with the single, "Truly," which became yet another multi-week number one record. A year later, Richie scored again with the phenomenal album, Can't Slow Down, which sold in excess of 15 million copies worldwide, spawned five chart-topping singles, and became the biggest selling album in the history of Motown Records. From that album, the first single, entitled "All Night Long" became one of Richie's most memorable hits when, at the closing ceremonies of the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles, Richie performed a marathon 20-minute version of the song before a television viewing audience estimated at 2.6 billion people worldwide.

In 1985, another landmark was achieved when Richie co-wrote with Michael Jackson the global anthem, "We Are The World." The recording utilized the talents of 45 top artists, won five Grammys and helped raise millions of dollars for famine relief in Africa.

In March 1986, Richie won the coveted Academy Award in the category of "Best Song" for his hit composition "Say You, Say Me" written for the film White Nights, which starred Broadway's Gregory Hines and ballet star Mikhail Baryshnikov. At the same Oscar ceremonies, Richie was competing with himself as he was listed in the "Best Song" grouping with a second nomination for "Miss Celie's Blues" from the soundtrack of the Steven Spielberg film The Color Purple.

Undoubtedly, Richie's mantlepiece is now quite crowded sporting an Oscar, five Grammys, 18 American Music Awards, a Golden Globe, five People's Choice Awards and accolades from universities, publications and entertainment organizations from around the world. For nine years running, from 1978 to 1986, nine different Lionel Richie compositions occupied the number one chart position, spending a total of 34 weeks in the top spot, surpassing records once held by The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder. - facebook.com/LionelRichie

Venue Details

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DIRECTIONS
From Salt Lake City:
Take SR-201 West to Bangerter Highway (exit 13). Turn Left (south) onto Bangerter Highway and go to 4700 South. Turn right (west) onto 4700 South and go to 6400 West. Turn left (south) onto 6400 West and follow signs to a parking lot.

From South SL Valley:
Take Bangerter Highway north to 5400 South. Turn left (west) onto 5400 South. NEW PARKING AREAS HAVE BEEN ADDED.TURN RIGHT ONTO RIDGE VILLAGE DRIVE AND FOLLOW THE PARKING SIGNS. NOTICE WILL BE POSTED WHEN THESE LOTS ARE FULL. Then you proceed to 6055 West. Turn right (north) onto 6055 West and follow signs to a parking lot.

From Ogden:
Take I-15 South to 1-215 West (exit 316). Follow I-215 to SR-201 West (exit 20B) to Bangerter Highway (exit 13). Turn left (south) onto Bangerter Highway and go to 4700 South. Turn right (west) onto 4700 South and go to 6400 West. Turn left (south) onto 6400 West and follow signs to a parking lot.

From Park City:
Take 1-80 West to SR-201 West to Bangerter highway (exit 13). Turn left (south) onto Bangerter Highway and go to 4700 South. Turn right (west) onto 4700 South and go to 6400 West. Turn left (south) onto 6400 West and follow signs to a parking lot.

From Provo:
Take I-15 North to Bangerter Highway (exit 293). Turn left (west) onto Bangerter Highway and go to 5400 South. Turn left (west) and go to 5400 South. Turn left (west) onto 5400 South . NEW PARKING AREAS HAVE BEEN ADDED.TURN RIGHT ONTO RIDGE VILLAGE DRIVE AND FOLLOW THE PARKING SIGNS. NOTICE WILL BE POSTED WHEN THESE LOTS ARE FULL. Then you proceed to 6055 West. Turn right (north) onto 6055 West and follow signs to a parking lot.

From Tooele:
Take I-80 East to SR-201 East (exit 102) to 5600 West (exit 11). Turn right (south) onto 5600 West and go to 4700 South. Turn right (west) onto 4700 South and go to 6400 West. Turn left (south) onto 6400 West and follow signs to a parking lot.