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Lionel Richie forced to cancel Budapest Arena show

It is with sincerest regret that Lionel Richie’s European live show producer has been forced to cancel his show at the Budapest Arena on November 21st. Due to unforeseen logistical issues beyond Lionel’s control, this date has become impossible to fulfil. Lionel is grateful for all his fans’ enthusiastic support for the show. He would like to apologise to all purchasers of tickets for the show and hopes to return to Budapest in the future.  Tickets can be refund in the place of the purchase, till 30 days from the planned concert date.  

TUSKEGEE - Lionel Richie Explores His Early Influences by Re-working some of his hits with Friends.

International icon Lionel Richie will release Tuskegee, his much-anticipated duets album, on 12th March 2012.

Tuskegee is the city in Alabama where Lionel Richie grew up. His first musical influences came from the area, which has a rich history in gospel, R&B, and country. This record explores these influences in new takes on 14 of his most revered “anthems of our day”, inviting some of his favorite artists to share the journey.

Richie is joined by renowned artists such as Shania Twain, Kenny Rogers and Willie Nelson as well as his pick of today’s contemporary scene in Little Big Town and Pixie Lott.
Tuskegee is an exciting and transcendent arc in a career that has seen album sales of more than 100 million, 22 Top 10s, five Grammys, an Academy Award for Best Original Song, a Golden Globe, and a host of other awards from virtually every major entertainment organization.
While defying boundaries and breaking barriers throughout his storied career, Richie reveals once again that Tuskegee will join the ranks of his timeless body of work that touches people of all demographics across the world.
“As my songwriting progressed, I realized that my songs perfectly translated to the country genre,” says the living legend as he taps on the keys of the piano in his state-of-the-art recording studio.
It was when Conway Twitty sang “Three Times a Lady” along with songs such as “Lady” and “Deep River Women” that Richie knew country music was clearly omnipresent in the lyrics he wrote.
“I was born and raised in Tuskegee, Alabama. I am a country boy and proud of it. To do this project just felt natural,” says Richie.
“Growing up with country, R&B, gospel, and classical music from my grandmother and pop, Tuskegee was the perfect melting pot for my influences as a writer,” he says, “and the title, Tuskegee, is a validation of my growing up there—the place I call home.”

Envisioning and bringing Tuskegee to life with such grace and passion has been a rewarding, revelatory time for Richie.

“What began as a collaboration of talented people ended up being a great group of friends getting together to make great music,” says Richie.

“Tuskegee is a state of mind as it is a place,” he adds, “…a place of possibility, hope, promise, self-empowerment, and where dreams come true.”