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
Ann Wilson Recalls Heart's 'Soul-Crushing' '80s Success
Singer says hitting No. 1 with other people's songs felt "pretty meaningless."
Why Heart’s 'Private Audition' Deserves a Better Legacy
Despite being band's first commercial failure -- and marking the beginning of a down period -- there's still quality material found on the 1982 LP.
Ann Wilson Says 'Retirement Is Nowhere in My Comprehension'
Heart singer is releasing her third solo album — with no plans to slow down anytime soon.
Ann Wilson Says She and Sister Nancy Are 'OK' With Each Other
Singer addresses relationship with sibling as she details status of Heart biopic and plans for band's 50th anniversary.
Ann Wilson: It's 'Harder to Keep a Band Together' Than a Marriage
Heart singer says wives and significant others talking in bandmates' ears can "pit them against you or against the group unity."
Nancy Wilson Details Plans to Tour With Ann-Free Heart Lineup
'The Voice' alum Kimberly Nichole will handle lead-vocal duties.
See Ann Wilson Perform With Original Heart Guitarist Roger Fisher
He joined singer for a rendition of 1978's "Mistral Wind."