MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods,
Mashantucket, CT
October 06, 2012

Fanatic Tour

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Sennheiser ME-104's>Tascam DR-07 (16/44.1, 40hz bass rolloff)
>USB> PC> GoldWave v5.56 (invert, balance levels)> CDWaveEditor v1.96 (track split)> TLH> Flac (6)

Taper: Ringfedder
Location: Mezzanine Right
Sound Quality: Excellent



01. Intro (In The Light)> Fanatic
02. Heartless
03. What About Love
04. Mashallah
05. 59 Crunch
06. Even It Up
07. Straight On
08. Dog & Butterfly
09. Walkin' Good
10. These Dreams
11. Alone
12. Dear Old America
13. Crazy On You>
14. Barricuda
15. Magic Man
16. Misty Mountain Hop


Ann Wilson - Vocal, guitar, flute
Nancy Wilson - Vocal, guitar
Craig Bartock - guitar
Kristian Attard - bass
Ben Smith - drums
Debbie Shair - keyboards

Review From Masslive.com

If rock band Heart wants to stack the deck in favor of the upcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame vote, they need only send a highlight reel of their Saturday night performance at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods.

True, their more than 35-year career as chart-topping rock goddesses should suffice for evidence of their legacy, influence, and continued relevance but let�s remember; they were nominated last year and didn�t get in to the club.


Heart, led by singer Ann Wilson and her sister, the guitar thrashing Nancy, tore through a 90-minute set at the casino theater, thrilling a sold out crowd with hits from the past and churning, chugging rock songs from their just released �Fanatic� album.

Backed by guitar, bass, drums, and keyboards, the Wilsons made a case for the title of best female led rock group. Ever. Thank you Janis, Grace, Stevie, Chrissie�you�ve all been great. But you haven�t done it for as long or as loud as the women in Heart.

This band from Seattle broke out in 1976. Their 2010 release �Red Velvet Car� landed on Billboards Top Ten album chart.

The band opened with the title track from the new release and then moved to a classic cut with �Heartless.� Ann Wilson reached the top of her considerable range on �What About Love,� earning the first of several ovations.

Nancy Wilson shared vocals on another new song �59 Crunch� and banged out bar chords like she was still in a bar band, snapping strings and feeding back.

After �Straight On,� they went to acoustic guitars for �Dog and Butterfly� and fast-forwarded again to a new song �Walking Good,� which features Sarah McLachlan on the recorded version.

The absolute show-stopping moment came with Ann Wilson belting out �Alone� hitting awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping notes that again brought the crowd to its feet.

Nancy Wilson�s guitars owned the rest of the set, first with the acoustic, picking her way through the intro that would become the epic �Crazy On You,� followed by the crunching electric chords that would serve as the foundation of the set-closing �Barracuda.�

Heart rarely plays a set without paying tribute to Led Zeppelin and this night was no exception as the group encored first with their own breakout hit �Magic Man,� followed by a cover of �Misty Mountain Hop.�