First Ever Whitney Houston Live Album To Be Released In November | Music News
Gone but never forgotten, Whitney Houston’s legacy still remains and to countless fans, she will forever be a much-loved singer and icon. Now, almost three years after her death, Houston’s first live performance album is to be released by Legacy Recordings this November. The combination CD/DVD album titled Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances, will be a compilation of some of Houston’s most memorable performances over her two-decade career.
Performances include “How Will I Know” at The Brit Awards in 1987, “I’m Every Woman” at The Concert For A New South Africa in 1994, and her poignant performance on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2009 singing “I Didn’t Know My Own Strength”. Also on the DVD is a performance of one of Houston’s most famous duets – “When You Believe” with Mariah Carey at the 71st Annual Academy Awards. With the blessing of the late singer’s family, the album is set to be released on the 10th of November.
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