Widescreen video approach serves needs of two different portions of rocker's current tour.
Rock veteran Rod Stewart spent the first half of 2004 traveling the U.S. for his “From Maggie May to the Great American Songbook” tour. Stewart divides his show into two parts. Part one features Stewart and a backup band playing vintage Stewart rock songs, with lots of bright lights and raunchy video content. After a 20-minute intermission, Stewart returns in a white tuxedo to sing a selection of classic pop songs. This time, he's backed by a three-section, tiered orchestra (all dressed in ...
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