NEW YORK CITY. Madonna's record breaking Confessions Tour filmed at London's Wembley Arena during her worldwide sold-out 25-city run in 2006 is scheduled to be released as a DVD/CD on sale January 30th it was announced today by Warner Bros. Records.
The highest-grossing tour ever by a female artist The Confessions Tour Live from London DVD first broadcast on NBC last November includes songs that span the course of Madonna's extraordinary career. "Like A Virgin", "Hung Up", "Erotica" and "Music" are just a few of the hits that can be seen on the DVD and heard on the bonus CD included in the package as well as several songs from her "Confessions On A Dance Floor" CD which debuted at No. 1 in 29 countries. In addition "The Confessions Tour" DVD includes bonus footage which did not appear on the broadcast including Madonna's early classic hits "Lucky Star" as well as the full unedited version of the controversial performance of "Live To Tell". "The Confessions" DVD will have never before seen rehearsal footage and a unique photo gallery. The DVD was directed by Jonus Akerlund. The show was directed for the stage by Jamie King. Musical Director was Stuart Price.
"The pop spectacle of the year - a politically charged combination of Cirque du Soleil performance-art commentary and dance party explosion that more or less sums up everything she has been striving to say and show this decade... it's quite possibly the best production she's ever concocted", raved the Orange County Register in their review of Madonna's show.
Madonna is scheduled to appear on tomorrow (January 11th)on The Late Show with David Letterman as well as live appearances on the Today Show and Live with Regis and Kelly - to promote the film "Arthur and The Invisibles" and will also host a screening of the film in Tribecca. "I want to turn the world into one big dance floor" claimed the Material Girl when "The Confessions Tour" began.
Now the singer songwriter video visionary designer producer children's book author and artist who has enthralled millions of fans all over the world and sold 200 million plus CD is extending that commitment to the living rooms of the world.