The original line-up of Lionel Richie
's soul supergroup The Commodores
is to reunite before the end of the year, according to the "All Night Long" singer himself. Richie admits he's always being asked about reunion plans and rumors never seem to go away - and so he has decided to embrace the idea.
He says, "Before the end of the year, for sure, you'll hear a rumble. I think now might be the proper time (to do this)."
The group signed to Motown after finding acclaim as The Jackson 5
's support act. Richie quit the band in the early 1980s and embarked on a very successful solo career, but the group continues to this day with Walter Orange as frontman.
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