Canceled amid COVID-19, the legendary festival celebrates its 54th year with 16 nights of full, streaming concerts from its vaults.
Lionel Richie, Brittany Howard, Lenny Kravitz, Black Pumas and many others were scheduled to perform at this year's event.
Ground-breaking Montreux shows from Johnny Cash, Carlos Santana, Phil Collins and more will also be available.
The event will take place as usual in the famous surroundings of New York's Apollo Theatre.
'Live at Montreux 1973' captures her performance at the Montreux Pavillon in the Montreux Jazz Festival, and includes hits from King's landmark albums 'Tapestry,' 'Writer' and 'Fantasy.'
The new dates kick off at the Olympia in Paris on 29 October and conclude at the KB Hall in Copenhagen, on 15 November.
Worldwide sales of the landmark album now stand at more than ten million.
The latest Montreux Jazz Café in the small chain of restaurants and live music venues inspired by the famous festival, will open in Singapore in October.
The world-famous Montreux Jazz Festival reaches a notable landmark this year, marking the 50th event since it was founded by Claude Nobs in 1967.