Stevie Wonder readies first live DVD
By Jonathan Cohen
NEW YORK (Billboard) - Stevie Wonder will release his first authorized DVD next month, chronicling a September 30-October 1 stand at London's 02 Arena.
"Live At Last" is due March 10 on Universal Motown in DVD and Blu-ray formats.
The London shows were part of Wonder's first major tour in a decade. The 27-song set list is packed with hits such as "Living for the City," "Overjoyed" and "Sir Duke," and also features a special "U.K. medley" with songs from the Beatles and the Rolling Stones.
Wonder was busy earlier this month performing at Barack Obama inaugural events in Washington, D.C., and debuted a new song, "All About the Love Again," at one of them.
He's also working on a duets album with Tony Bennett, which will be produced by Quincy Jones. The repertoire will feature "a lot of Marvin Gaye songs," Hones told Billboard. "We're going to do them jazz, though, because Marvin always wanted to be a jazz musician."
Here is the track list for "Live At Last":
Intro / "All Blues"
"As If You Read My Mind" Continued...