Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson formed Heart in Seattle in the first part of the '70s, and by the middle of the decade they'd recorded two hit singles, 'Crazy on You' and 'Magic Man.' Over the next few years, singer Ann and guitarist Nancy led a band through Led Zeppelin-style rock classics like 'Barracuda.' After a few years of waning popularity, the band returned in the mid-'80s with a more pop-oriented sound and became huger than ever, racking up two No. 1 singles -- 'These Dreams' and 'Alone' -- and a string of Top 10 hits (as well as their only No. 1 album, 1985's self-titled record). Over the years, members have come and gone from Heart, but the Wilsons sisters have remained a solid core well into the '00s

Heart Alumni Sue Rock Hall for Defamation
Bassist Mark Andes and drummer Denny Carmassi, members of Heart during the band's mid-'80s resurgence, have filed a lawsuit against the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for using their likenesses in promoting the band's 2013 induction -- even though they themselves were not inducted.

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