Sony is getting into its musical groove with two high profile rereleases slated for Blu-ray disc this summer.
In a story from Home Media Retailing, Sony BMG will be releasing Rod Stewart: Live at Royal Albert Hall and John Legend: Live at the House of Blues.
The Rod Stewart disc will feature such classic tunes as "Maggie May" and "Stay With Me," as well as a ten minute documentary on the performer himself.
John Legend's DVD will contain the songs "Let's Get Lifted" and "Ordinary People," and "features guest performances by Kanye West and Snoop Dog, behind-the-scenes footage and an interview with Legend."
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