Live in Atlantic City (Heart album)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Live In Atlantic City
Heart Live in Atlantic City.jpg
Live album by
ReleasedJanuary 25, 2019
RecordedMarch 10, 2006
VenueTrump Taj Majal, Atlantic City, New Jersey
DirectorMilton Lage
ProducerBarry Summers
Heart chronology
Live at The Royal Albert Hall with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Live In Atlantic City

Live in Atlantic City is a live album and home video release by the American rock band Heart, recorded during their concert at the Trump Taj Majal in Atlantic City for VH1's Decades Rock Live! show on March 10, 2006. The concert features guest appearances by Alice in Chains, Gretchen Wilson, Rufus Wainwright, Carrie Underwood, Dave Navarro, Phil Anselmo and Duff McKagan.[1] It was released on CD, Vinyl, DVD, Blu-Ray, streaming and digital download on January 25, 2019 through earMUSIC.[2][3]

This concert marked the first time that William DuVall performed with Alice in Chains as a guest vocalist.[4] Following the concert, DuVall toured with the band[5] and became their official co-lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist.[6]

Track listing[edit]

1."Bébé Le Strange" (with Dave Navarro)Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Sue Ennis, Roger Fisher4:14
2."Straight On" (with Dave Navarro)A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Sue Ennis5:05
3."Crazy on You" (with Dave Navarro)A. Wilson, N. Wilson3:28
4."Lost Angel"N. Wilson6:51
5."Even It Up" (with Gretchen Wilson)A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Sue Ennis4:24
6."Rock and Roll" (Led Zeppelin cover, with Gretchen Wilson)John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant3:53
7."Dog & Butterfly" (with Rufus Wainwright)A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Sue Ennis5:46
8."Would?" (Alice in Chains feat. Phil Anselmo (CD and LP exclusive[3]))Jerry Cantrell4:23
9."Rooster" (Alice in Chains feat. William DuVall, Ann and Nancy Wilson)Jerry Cantrell6:33
10."Alone" (with Carrie Underwood)Tom Kelly, Billy Steinberg3:57
11."Magic Man"A. Wilson, N. Wilson4:38
12."Misty Mountain Hop" (Led Zeppelin cover, with Dave Navarro)John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant5:21
13."Dreamboat Annie"A. Wilson, N. Wilson3:00
14."Barracuda" (with Jerry Cantrell, Dave Navarro, Duff McKagan and Rufus Wainwright)A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Michael Derosier, Roger Fisher6:14

DVD and Blu-ray also include:

  • Bonus: Heart Confidential[3]


Chart (2019) Peak
US Independent Albums (Billboard)[7] 17



  • Ann Wilson – lead and backing vocals, acoustic guitar, flute
  • Nancy Wilson – backing vocals, lead and rhythm guitars, acoustic guitar, mandolin
  • Craig Bartock – guitars
  • Mike Inez – bass guitar
  • Debbie Shair – keyboards
  • Ben Smith – drums, percussion

Alice In Chains[edit]


  • Executive producer – Barry Summers
  • Co-executive producer – Eric Sherman
  • Directed by Milton Lage
  • Musical director – Nancy Wilson
  • Edited by Marc Schrobilgen
  • Heart Management by Sacha Guzy
  • FOH engineer – James Geddes
  • Monitor engineer – Nathan Payne
  • Audio engineer – Keith Windhorst
  • Instrument techs – Jeff Ousley, Jason Stockwell, Jeff Diffner
  • Carpenter/equipment manager/teleprompter – Joel Bennett
  • Original mix by Peter A. Parker, Nancy Wilson, Craig Bartock, Jerry Cantrell and Sean Kinney
  • Mix and mastered by Eike Freese, Chameleon Studios, Hamburg
  • Recorded live during Decades Rock Live in Atlantic City, March 10, 2006[8]


  1. ^ Grow, Kory (December 4, 2018). "Heart Live Album Features Alice in Chains, Dave Navarro". Rolling Stone.
  2. ^ "Heart - Live in Atlantic City". January 25, 2019. Archived from the original on February 21, 2019. Retrieved February 21, 2019.
  3. ^ a b c "Heart to Release the Live Album "Live in Atlantic City" on January 25th on earMusic". October 23, 2018.
  4. ^ "William Duvall on How He Came to Be In Alice in Chains". YouTube. July 8, 2016.
  5. ^ Baltin, Steve (April 25, 2006). "Alice in Chains Reunite to Tour". Rolling Stone.
  6. ^ "Alice in Chains "Black" and "Blue"". YouTube. October 21, 2009.
  7. ^ "Heart Live In Atlantic City Chart History – Independent Albums". Billboard. February 9, 2019. Retrieved February 21, 2019.
  8. ^ Liner notes, Live in Atlantic City, 2019.

External links[edit]