Stevie G is so excited for this!

Cat Stevens Releases First DVD
LOS ANGELES (Billboard) – Yusuf Islam, formerly known as Cat Stevens, hopes that the performance captured on his first DVD brings back the “energy, passion and beautiful messages” of the 1970s.
“Cat Stevens: Majikat: Earth Tour 1976” from Eagle Rock Entertainment features the artist’s last concert, which took place in February 1976 in Williamsburg, Va. Among the DVD’s 21 songs are “Peace Train” and “Where Do the Children Play?”
Islam says his last performance was also his first to be filmed. “I wasn’t used to having cameras onstage,” he recalls. “Once I got over that, it created an intensity which can be seen in the performance.”
In a three-part interview featured on the DVD, the artist discusses his childhood, his rise to stardom and his life after converting to Islam and leaving the music industry.
“These interviews will help explain a lot of things about my life to people,” he says.
In addition to launching the DVD, Islam this month announced the expansion of his U.K.-based charity Small Kindness. The organization, which will open a Los Angeles office, helps families in countries affected by war. Small Kindness currently runs a job-training center for Iraqi girls.