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Watch video and check out the setlist from Heart’s highly anticipated tour-opening show in Missouri on July 9.
Nancy and Ann Wilson will bring Heart on the road for a second leg of the Love Alive Tour this fall.
The 2019 Love Rocks NYC benefit concert featured a ridiculous array of musicians and setlist, with performers including Robert Plant, Ann & Nancy Wilson and Robert Plant.
Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson will reunite for the first time in three years at a benefit concert this March, ahead of Heart’s highly anticipated summer tour.
Heart will return to the road for the first time in three years this summer announcing an expansive 39-date summer tour.
Check out photos and video highlights including a Led Zeppelin cover from Saturday’s Joan Jett/Cheap Trick & Heart concert in New Jersey.
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Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson first showed the world that women can rock when their band, Heart, stormed the charts in the ’70’s with hits like “Crazy on You,” “Magic Man,” “Barracuda,” “Straight On,” and so many more. Not only did the Wilson sisters lead the band, they wrote the songs and played the instruments too, making them the first women in rock to do so. Heart continued topping the charts through the ’80’s and ’90’s with huge hits like “These Dreams,” “Alone,” “What About Love,” “If Looks Could Kill,” “Never,” and a string of other hits that showcased the sisters’ enormous talents as musicians and singers.
Nearly 35 years after their first big hit, Ann and Nancy Wilson were back in the Billboard Top 10 in 2010 with Heart’s “Red Velvet Car” album, and a Top 5 DVD (“Night at Sky Church”).
As individuals, the sisters have also achieved significant success. Ann sang on songs that were both chart successes and motion picture themes, like “Almost Paradise” from Footloose, “Best Man in the World” from Goldenchild, and “Surrender to Me” from Tequila Sunrise, while Nancy composed and performed the scores to a half dozen motion pictures including the award winning “Jerry Maguire” and “Almost Famous.”
Although they got their start in Seattle and have become global phenomenons, Ann and Nancy owe much of their success to Hollywood which is where they lived when they recorded the songs at the landmark Capitol Records building that earned them their first string of #1 singles, and where they filmed all of their hugely successful videos.
Along the way, music by Ann and Nancy Wilson and their band Heart has sold more than 35 million albums, sold out arenas worldwide, and found its way into the soundtrack of American life through radio, motion pictures, television, and associations with branded sponsors. Today, songs made famous by Heart are heard in every aspect of contemporary culture.
Livetronica trio The New Deal added a handful of tour dates to their 2020 winter tour.
The Prince Estate and Warner Records unearthed and shared Prince’s late-1970s acoustic demo of “I Feel For You.”
Bruce Hornsby teamed with Bon Iver for a pair of songs on Thursday night at The Anthem in Washington D.C.
Holly Bowling talks “The Art Of The Setlist” after “The Rundown” of recent news stories on Episode 48 of ‘The JamBase Podcast.’
Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio nodded to the upcoming Oysterhead reunion by unveiling the acoustic version of “Mr. Oysterhead” on Wednesday night in Dayton, Ohio.