Following his great comeback on Daft Punk's Random Access Memory, legendary Italian producer Giorgio Moroder is now planning a worldwide Studio 54 inspired stage show to debut in Las Vegas in a year or so.

Possibly titled "A Night With Giorgio Moroder", the project will consist of "a permanent show, based on disco," as the musician told the Guardian. "I would do the DJing, but maybe before me we have another famous DJ, maybe somebody after. We of course have a ball, dancers in a cage: recreate Studio 54, and have it in Vegas, Macau, London."

"Of course I wouldn't just use my own songs - there are so many great disco songs, Chic and all those guys - and I would do probably an hour and a half. We're thinking of starting first in Vegas [but] it will probably be a bit like Blue Man Group - they have a franchise. We might even talk to the Cirque De Soleil team," added the producer, explaining "the songs are there - maybe the first song would be [Donna Summer's] 'Love To Love You Baby', or [Hues Corporation's] Rock The Boat, which everybody says is the first disco song. But I don't think we're going to listen to the lyrics and create a story."

At 73, Moroder played his first ever DJ set in Brooklyn earlier this year. [via FACT]

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