Faith Hill will release her first live DVD, "When the Lights Go Down," May 6 via Warner Bros. The bulk of the release is drawn from Hill's NBC special of the same name, taped last September in Los Ang

Faith Hill will release her first live DVD, "When the Lights Go Down," May 6 via Warner Bros. The bulk of the release is drawn from Hill's NBC special of the same name, taped last September in Los Angeles and broadcast in November. Ten tracks are featured, including such hits as "The Way You Love Me," "There You'll Be," "This Kiss," "Breathe" (featuring Carlos Santana on guitar), and the title cut from her most recent studio album, "Cry."

Three bonus cuts that did not appear on the broadcast are also included: "Stronger," "Back to You," and "If You're Gonna Fly Away." Behind-the-scenes footage and a "making of" story narrated by Hill round out the DVD.

"When the Lights Go Down" recently won the hottest female video of the year award at the 2003 CMT Flameworthy Music Video Awards. Hill is also up for top female vocalist at the 38th annual Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards, to be handed out May 21 in Las Vegas.

Hill has no plans to tour this year in support of "Cry," which debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 and Billboard's Top Country Albums tally. It has sold 2.4 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan.

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