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
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.
Hear Ann Wilson's New Single, 'The Revolution Starts Now'
Heart singer called Steve Earle's 2004 song a "powerful, uplifting anthem of unity."
Ozzy, Heart + Scorpions Covered on 'Trolls World Tour' Soundtrack
Rachel Bloom sings "Crazy Train," "Barracuda" and "Rock You Like a Hurricane" in music-themed animated movie.
30 Years Ago: Heart Score a 'Hateful' Hit With 'All I Wanna Do'
Ann Wilson never felt comfortable with the story told by the song.
Metallica, Eagles and Heart Members to Attend Rock Hall Exhibit
Exploration of important musical instruments opens this month.
Heart Bring a Delightful History Lesson to Ohio: Photo Gallery
Unexpected covers and rarities highlighted the band's performance in front of a packed Akron crowd.
Heart Launch 'Love Alive' Tour: Set List and Videos
Concert marked band's first headlining performance since 2016.
Heart's Nancy Wilson Selling 'Gorgeous' Topanga Home for $2.1M
Guitarist puts her estate on the market not too long after sister Ann's Seattle house sold.