Five-time Grammy Award-winning singer Lionel Richie has announced the North American dates of his “All the Hits, All Night Long” tour. He just wrapped up the European part of the show, and now he’s headed to Chicago, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Houston and Mexico City.
In honor of the “All Night Long” singer, we gathered his best songs of all time. He’s got quite the catalog.
Which one is your favorite?
5. “Truly,” 1982
This 1982 hit from Richie’s self-titled debut album launched his solo career and earned him a Grammy Award for best male pop vocal.
4. “Hello,” 1984
This third single from 1983’s Can’t Slow Down became one of Richie’s biggest hits. And how could you forget the video, which shows Richie falling in love with a blind woman?
3. “Endless Love,” 1981
This 1981 duet with Diana Ross, which was recorded for the movie Endless Love, was nominated for an Academy Award for best song from a motion picture in 1982.
2. “Say You, Say Me,” 1985
Richie wrote “Say You, Say Me” for the movie White Nights. It earned him his second Academy Award nomination and his first win.
1. “All Night Long (All Night),” 1983
This hit from the album Can’t Slow Down reached No. 1 on the pop, R&B and adult-contemporary charts. And it’s also your favorite Lionel song.