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Big names party hard at Montreux Jazz

Big names party hard at Montreux Jazz
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After three decades in the business Lionel Richie shows no sign of slowing up as his sold-out concert at the “Montreux Jazz Festival”

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After three decades in the business Lionel Richie shows no sign of slowing up as his sold-out concert at the “Montreux Jazz Festival”: http://www.montreuxjazzfestival.com/en proved.

.@LionelRichie is the commodore of love: http://t.co/gYMa1JWX7Qpic.twitter.com/3P37BhlA6g

— British GQ (@BritishGQ) July 16, 2015

Richie has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, making him one of the globe’s biggest-selling artists of all time.

Toto formed in 1976 played Montreux and thrilled fans with renditions of hits ‘Rosanna,’ ‘Africa’ and ‘Hold the Line’.

It was a great honor to have our old friend Quincy jones introduce us last night at @MontreuxJazz and thanks to all for the warm welcome! ox

— Steve Lukather (@stevelukather) July 13, 2015

The American progressive-rock band are the winners of no less than six Grammy Awards.

The evergreen, ever popular Carlos Santana returned to Montreux Jazz, the 67-year-old made his debut at the festival in 1970 and has since performed many times at the prestigious event.

La guitare incendiaire de Carlos Santana http://t.co/gMN6S9w1T8pic.twitter.com/lksFHPZbJ1

— LeMatin.ch (@Lematinch) July 14, 2015

Santana played a set in which both old and new material merged.

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