How can two mop buckets come in handy for a rock musician on tour? Ann Wilson of Heart recently shared a real-life 'Spinal Tap' tale that shows how handy these common household items can be when things get really bad.
The learning curve of any band, particularly as live performers, is a tricky minefield to navigate of the course of a career. But for Heart, it's resulted in a more versatile band than ever. In an exclusive interview with Ultimate Classic Rock, singer Ann Wilson told us about how the band led by her and her sister Nancy have evolved onstage since their beginnings in the '70s.
Since announcing their decision to cancel a planned performance at Orlando's SeaWorld, Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson have had some time to think about their position on the park's treatment of its captive animals -- and they're still pretty steamed.
Heart's 2012 career-spanning stop at the Caesars Colosseum in Windsor, Ontario, will be released on multiple video and audio formats in February. 'Fanatic Live From Caesars Colosseum' will showcase many of the band's classic songs as well as a number of tracks from their most recent studio album, 2012's 'Fanatic.'
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