Greatest Hits Live is a CD released by the rock band Journey in 1998. It is a compilation of live performances spanning from 1981 to 1983 featuring former singer Steve Perry.
Greatest Hits Live is the third live album by the band Saxon released in 1990 just an year later their other live album Rock 'n' Roll Gypsies.
Greatest Hits Live is singer-songwriter Carly Simon's 15th album, and second greatest-hits album, released in 1988.
Greatest Hits Live is a live album by Australian singer Tina Arena which was recorded during her 2004 Greatest Hits Australian tour and released in late 2005. It was Arena's first live album to be released in her native Australia after Vous ÃŠtes Toujours LÃ was released in France in 2003. The album contains a CD and DVD featuring her concert recorded on 7 December at the Sydney State Theatre.
Greatest Hits Live is a live Punk album by the band Stiff Little Fingers, released in 1988 (see 1988 in music).
Greatest Hits/Live is a compilation album released in 1980 by the hard rock band Heart. The album was a collection of the band's most famous songs, along with two new singles; "Tell it Like it Is", and a cover of "Unchained Melody". Despite being a single, "Unchained Melody", was left off the compact disc version of the album due to CD limitations.
Greatest Hits Live is a live album by the punk rock band the Ramones. It was recorded at The Academy in New York City on February 29, 1996. This was their last live performance in their hometown New York City.
Greatest Hits Live is a 1989 live album released by Diana Ross on the Motown label. The album saw Ross performing older tracks during her Supremes days and early solo career to current music including "Workin' Overtime", "Paradise" and "This House".