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 Will Continue If It Feels Like a Level Up, Says Ann Wilson
Singer reports their first shows since 2019 could lead to more - but only if they don’t seem to be jukebox performances.
Ann Wilson Recalls Heart's 'Painful' Tour With John Mellencamp
Acts were heading in two different directions when they hit the road together in 1982.
Ann Wilson: Rock Hall 'Completely Overlooked' Heart's '80s Lineup
She also reveals why it was "very strange" to perform with the band's original lineup at the ceremony.
Watch Nancy Wilson Make Surprise Appearance at Ann Wilson's Show
The Heart sisters haven't performed together since 2019.
Reunited Heart at Work on 'Exciting and Inspiring' New Songs
The Wilson sisters haven't released an album together since 2016.
Ann Wilson Recalls 'Devil's Bargain' of 'Heart' Album
She and sister Nancy struggled with the idea of singing other writers' songs, but it paid off.
Ann Wilson Announces Summer 2023 North American Tour
Solo trek kicks off on July 7 in Toronto.
Why Heart's 'Magazine' Was Originally Released Against Their Will
The band were later allowed to finish the record, but their label sent armed security guards to the studio.