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
See Ann Wilson Perform With Original Heart Guitarist Roger Fisher
He joined singer for a rendition of 1978's "Mistral Wind."
Heart’s Ann Wilson Has ‘10 Songs Ready’ for Her Next Solo Album
New album will feature material recorded in Muscle Shoals as well as collaborations with Vince Gill and Gov't Mule.
Robert Plant Told Nancy Wilson He’d Come to Hate ‘Stairway’
Conversation took place after Heart performed Led Zeppelin classic in front of the band.
Why Ann Wilson Had 'Horrible Experience' Making Heart's '80s Hits
She says music from their best-charting period "succeeded in spite of me."
Ann Wilson Revisits First, Pre-Heart Recordings With New Reissue
The Daybreaks' late-'60s songs will surface on a 10" vinyl LP this summer.
Ann Wilson Says Heart Will Collaborate 'When the Time Is Right'
"We haven't written together in a while," singer said of sister and bandmate Nancy Wilson. "The times when we see each other are the times when Heart tours."
Nancy Wilson Didn’t Want ‘Heart Persona’ on her Solo Debut
Guitarist didn't want to sing 'You and Me' like "incomparable" sister Ann.
Hear Nancy Wilson's Cover of Bruce Springsteen's 'The Rising'
Heart guitarist chose song because she "wanted to make something uplifting and inspirational" in these troubled times.