Eagle Rock EntertainmentHeart played its first-ever show at London’s historic Royal Albert Hall this past June, and now a concert video and album documenting the show are set to be released on December 2. Live at the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will be available on DVD, Blu-ray and CD, as well as digitally.

The concert featured the band’s current lineup playing a set that included the group’s classic hits, lesser-known gems and selections from Heart’s latest album, Beautiful Broken, with accompaniment from a 68-piece orchestra. Among the songs Ann and Nancy Wilson performed with their group are “Magic Man,” “What About Love,” “These Dreams,” “Alone,” “Crazy On You” and “Barracuda.” The band also delivered a cover of Led Zeppelin‘s “No Quarter” during the show.

The Live at the Royal Albert Hall DVD and Blu-ray also will include bonus interview with the band members. The release will be the first concert film to feature Heart performing with a full orchestra.

You can check out a trailer for Live at the Royal Albert Hall at Heart’s official VEVO YouTube channel.

Heart currently is winding down its busy 2016 tour schedule, which wraps up on October 22 in Bossier City, Louisiana. Check out their full itinerary at Heart-Music.com.

Here is the full track list of Live at the Royal Albert Hall:

“Magic Man”
“Dreamboat Annie”
“What About Love”
“I Jump”
“Sweet Darlin'”
“These Dreams”
“Beautiful Broken”
“Silver Wheels”/”Crazy On You”
“No Quarter”
“Kick It Out”

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