J Records/Legacy Recordings Release New 20th Anniversary Edition of Luther Vandross – Live Radio City Music Hall 2003 – The Last Concert on 10th Feb

J Records/Legacy Recordings Set to Release Newly Expanded 20th Anniversary Edition of Luther Vandross – Live Radio City Music Hall 2003 – The Last Concert on 

10th February 2023

Luther’s Full Radio City Concert Set List & On-stage Banter Restored for First Time on 20th Anniversary Deluxe Digital Edition

Lyric Video for “I’d Rather” Is Out Now – Watch it HERE

J Records and Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, are pleased to announce the deluxe digital release of Luther Vandross – Live Radio City Music Hall 2003 – Expanded 20th Anniversary Edition – The Last Concert on Friday, February 10.

Luther Vandross – Live Radio City Music Hall 2003 – Expanded 20th Anniversary Edition – The Last Concert  may be pre-ordered HERE
 

A romantic prelude to Valentine’s Day 2023, Luther’s Radio City rendition of “I’d Rather” (the second #1 Billboard Adult R&B Songs chart-topper from 2001’s Top 10 platinum-selling eponymous album) is being released as a single accompanied by an elegant new lyric video (the first-ever created for the song) – Watch it HERE.

Luther Vandross–the award-winning American singer, songwriter, producer and performer whose exquisite tenor vocals combined elements of R&B, pop, soul and indefinable magic while selling millions of records–performed two sold-out shows at New York’s fabled Radio City Music Hall on February 11 and 12, 2003.  Though his Radio City concerts would be his last–Luther suffered a severe stroke in April 2003 and died July 1, 2005–the artist was at the peak of his powers during these shows and this newly-restored concert recording captures Luther’s masterful showmanship, soulful singing, and deep connection to his audience

J Records released Luther Vandross – Live Radio City Music Hall 2003, an eleven-song edited version of the concert, on October 14, 2003.  On the 20th anniversary of Luther’s final shows, J/Legacy are releasing an expanded edition featuring the full concert, with the setlist restored to original concert order and Luther’s on-stage banter providing insight into his personality, sense of humor and commitment to his audience and his songs.

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