Lionel Richie said “Hello” to Lake Tahoe on Saturday, Aug. 13.
Richie performed on a warm night under the stars at the Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys.
Richie gained national fame as member of the Commodores, releasing hits for Motown Records such as “Machine Gun” and “Brick House.” He began recording as a solo artist in 1982, releasing “Hello,” “Truly,” “All Night Long” and “Stuck on You.” He has sold 100 million records worldwide and has won four Grammy, five People’s Choice and 16 American Music Awards. He also has won a Golden Globe and an Academy Award.
He was forced to cancel a 2011 appearance at Harveys due to an injury to his throat.