It was originally slated for release in mid November last year, then got bumped out to March 23 this year, but now Lionel Richie's upcoming album 'Tuskegee' has settled for release a week earlier than planned.
The album (cover at pictured) sees the legendary performer team up with a selection of performers, mainly from the world of country music. Shania Twain, Willie Nelson and Kenny Rogers are on board; so too Jason Aldean, Rascal Flatts and Tim McGraw.
They all duet on some of Lionel's biggest hits including 'Easy', 'Dancing On The Ceiling', 'My Love', 'Say You, Say Me' and 'Endless Love'.
But with such a strong and seemingly neverending line-up of country talent, it's interesting to see a duet with British pop songstress Pixie Lott rounding out the 14 track set - a cover of his 2000 single 'Angel'.
'Tuskegee' is slated for Aussie release on Friday March 16.