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REO Speedwagon show in Minnesota coming to Blu-ray, DVD

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REO Speedwagon fans outside of Walker, Minn., will soon be able to enjoy the classic rock band's latest gig at Moondance Jam on home video, The Associated Press reports.

The release, titled "Live at Moondance Jam," will be released on Blu-ray and DVD Frontier Records Nov. 19.

The band -- headed by longtime singer-guitarist Kevin Cronin -- performs 13 tracks for the release, including such hits as "Keep on Loving You" and "Can't Fight This Feeling."

The deluxe edition of the release will include a Blu-ray disc, DVD and CD.

Vintage Vinyl News reports the release will also include an interview with Cronin, who says he believes the band is still getting better.

"This Moondance show captures the essence of this exciting new chapter in the continuing story of REO," Cronin said in a statement. "I can look you in the eye and say that this performance is us playing our best, totally live, and having an absolute blast."

According to The AP, "Live at Moondance Jam" has already aired on cable channels Palladi and VH1, as well as satellite programming provider DirectTV earlier this year.

REO Speedwagon plays Minnesota often, and most recently was a part of the Midwest Rock 'N Rock Express tour with fellow rockers Styx and Ted Nugent in April that hit Target Center in April.

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