After two and a half years, Chris Rea returns to Prague in the fall. This time, the legendary British guitarist, singer and composer, who is famous for hits such as Road to Hell, Josephine or Fool (If You Think It's Over), will play at O2 arena on October 30. The arena will be specially built for this concert as a theater with limited capacity. Chris Rea, who is considered one of the greatest British composers and singers of the 80s, was born in 1951. However, he didn’t decide on a musical career until the age of 22, when he bought his first guitar and inspired by Ry Cooder and Joe Walsh, began composing songs. He released his debut album Whatever Happened To Benny Santini?, with which Elton John’s producer - Gus Dudgeon helped, five years later in 1978.