80s pop sensation returns to the stage armed with hits like “Never Gonna Give You Up” and new material from his latest album
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His breakthrough: In the late 1980s, Rick Astley rode his distinctive deep voice to worldwide stardom. He released his debut album, Whenever You Need Somebody, in 1987, which featured the infectious dance-pop hit…
“Never Gonna Give You Up”: Long before the Internet turned it into an inescapable meme, this legendary track took over the globe in 1987. Astley followed it up with another hit, “Together Forever,” which also soared to the tops of charts.
His latest: In 2016, Rick dropped 50, his sixth studio album and first since 2005’s Portrait. Inspired by the singer’s 50th birthday, the release earned an “Album of the Year” nomination at the BBC Music Awards.