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Heart

Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson are the creative spark behind Heart, a hard rock group who initially found success in the mid-'70s only to reach greater heights after engineering a major comeback a decade later. The daughters of a Marine Corps captain, Ann (born June 19, 1950) and Nancy (born March 16, 1954) grew up in both Southern California and Taiwan before the Wilson family settled in Seattle, Washington. Throughout their formative years, both were interested in folk and pop music; while Ann never took any formal music lessons as a child (she later learned to play several instruments), Nancy took up guitar and flute. After both sisters spent some time at college, they decided to try their hand as professional musicians, and while Nancy began performing as a folksinger, Ann joined the all-male vocal group Heart.

Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Heart was actually formed in 1963 by bassist Steve Fossen and brothers Roger Fisher and Mike Fisher; initially dubbed the Army, they later became White Heart before settling on simply Heart at the beginning of the '70s. After her arrival in the group, Ann became romantically involved with guitarist Mike Fisher; when Nancy joined in 1974, she in turn began a relationship with guitarist Roger Fisher. Soon after Nancy's arrival, Mike Fisher retired from active performing to become the band's sound engineer. After gaining a following in Vancouver, Heart was approached by Shelly Siegel, the owner of the Canadian label Mushroom and, augmented by keyboardist Howard Leese and drummer Michael Derosier, they recorded their debut album, Dreamboat Annie, in 1975.

After selling more than 30,000 copies north of the border, Mushroom issued the LP in the U.S., where it quickly achieved platinum status on the strength of the hit singles "Crazy On You" and "Magic Man." In 1977, Heart jumped ship to the CBS affiliate Portrait, resulting in a protracted legal battle with Siegel, who in 1978 released the unfinished LP Magazine on Mushroom shortly after the band issued its true follow-up, Little Queen, on Portrait. The single "Barracuda" was another massive hit, and like its predecessor, Little Queen sold over a million copies.

After 1978's Dog & Butterfly, both of the Wilson/Fisher romances ended and Roger Fisher left the group. In 1980, Heart issued Bebe le Strange; following a lengthy U.S. tour, both Fossen and Derosier exited and were replaced by ex-Spirit and Firefall bassist Mark Andes and former Gamma drummer Denny Carmassi. After 1982's Private Audition and 1983's Passionworks slumped, the group was largely written off by industry watchers, and moved to Capitol Records.

In 1985, however, Heart emerged with a self-titled effort that ultimately sold more than five million copies on its way to launching four Top Ten hits: "What About Love?," "Never," the chart-topping "These Dreams," and "Nothin' at All." 1987's Bad Animals continued their comeback success; "Alone" was another number one hit, and both "Who Will You Run To" and "There's the Girl" achieved considerable airplay as well. Brigade, issued in 1990, featured the number two smash "All I Want to Do Is Make Love to You," as well as the Top 25 hits "I Didn't Want to Need You" and "Stranded." In the early '90s, the Wilson sisters took a brief hiatus from Heart to form the Lovemongers, an acoustic quartet fleshed out by Sue Ennis and Frank Cox; in 1992, they issued a four-song EP that included a cover of Led Zeppelin's "The Battle of Evermore." Heart returned in 1993 with Desire Walks On, on which Andes and Carmassi were replaced with bassist Fernando Saunders and drummer Denny Fongheiser. With 1995's The Road Home, Heart enlisted onetime Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones to produce a live acoustic set, reprising hits like "Dreamboat Annie," "Crazy On You," and "Barracuda."

Heart was on hiatus by the late '90s, as the Wilson sisters concentrated on the Lovemongers, issuing a pair of albums: 1997's Whirlygig and 1998's Here Is Christmas. But Heart wasn't completely silent: they were the subject of one of the better episodes of VH1's Behind the Music; a pair of best-of sets were issued (1998's Greatest Hits covered their early classics, while their later years were spotlighted on 2000's Greatest Hits: 1985-1995), and their music continued to pop up in movie soundtracks (2000's The Virgin Suicides, among others). In 1999, Nancy released her first solo album, Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop, and a year later penned the score to her husband Cameron Crowe's hit motion picture Almost Famous, while Ann continued to play with others -- in the summer of 2001, she participated in the A Walk Down Abbey Road: A Tribute to the Beatles tour, which also featured Todd Rundgren, John Entwistle (the Who), and Alan Parsons (the Alan Parsons Project). Heart returned to active recording for Jupiters Darling, released on Sovereign Artists in 2004, and issued Dreamboat Annie Live (a live performance of tracks from the band's debut album, recorded in Los Angeles in 2007) three years later. Red Velvet Car, an all-new collection of original material, was released in August 2010.

Heart picked up the pace in 2012. In June, Legacy released the retrospective box set, Strange Euphoria. In September, the Wilson sisters' became authors with the publication of their memoir, Kicking and Dreaming: A Story of Heart, Soul, and Rock & Roll. Capping off the year was Fanatic, a collection of all-new studio material that appeared in October. A seasonal Christmas album, Home for the Holidays, appeared in 2014. ~ Jason Ankeny & Greg Prato
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Track List: Fanatic (Single)

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Track List: Stairway To Heaven (Live At The Kennedy Center Honors) (Single)

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Love this group!
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christinadea n
This is such a sexy song :)
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Awesome vocals
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My girlfriends
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Wished they'll come to Texas
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Love heart��
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lshultz10
Wrong lyrics posted...
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msilvermerli n
I will love Heart forever! I have been fortunate to see them several times since the 80's.. saw them on their special Zeplin tour with John Bonham's son's band! awesome.. and if you do love both Heart and Zeplin check out Hearts performance for Led Zeplin when they were inducted into the Kennedy center honors...... . made Robert Plant cry.. and Jimmy Paige smiled from start to finish...
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jackcurry57
Saw them live last nite at Freeman Stage in Delaware .. Rocked the house
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Wonderful
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HEART is 'HEART'. . . :)!
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Song and video compliment each other
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irishmom0207
Barracuda is the best song ever
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i love Heart i am a 60,s boy i never got to go to any concerts
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cindymgonzal e s 1 6
:)
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Awesome band! "Alone" and "What about love" are my favorites❤
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oh yeah gypsyrose!-g o i n g on july 3rd to see them!
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This is a great song! Heart is one of the best bands from the 70s and 80s.
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summerlin in vegas would tock to your music!!!!
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They are the female version of Led Zep...!!!!!
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Heart is AMAZING, Their performance of Led Zepplins Stairway To Heaven, is ABSOLUTELY fantastic. I know good music because my mom showed me, and im Only 17
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I �� this ��
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This is music you want to listen too
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They played a free concert in Cincinnati and they rocked
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My idols!!! FOREVER!! Ladies can jam
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I never really cared until I met you...
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Every moment I'm awake the further I'm away......
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tomykalipsco m b
The best female rock group hands down!!!!!!! I love this album.
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Love the track what about love
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You r crazy if u don't think Heart is hard rock especially there early stuff. Ann and Nancy you ROCK !!!!!!!
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Love all of their songs , Heart is so awesome !!!! ❤️❤️
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Love Heart !!!!
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It was nothing at❤️
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artist685
Awesome!
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The Wilson sisters ROCK!!!!!
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Listen to this any day over music today!
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Luv it...romanti c song
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Love this group
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Where's the girl with a heart so torn jaded by lust forlorn with needed feelings unjust who waits in solitude for a soul caste out as similar lives that trust often do while darkness takes hold when lesser meek find their fold and in heighten array pick those they wish to play lost to immorals of the day adjacently she sits and ponders the way each one seeks badinage within the confines of their vain collage to make more than casual attention with mere passing displays of temporary affection
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I've seen Heart several times. Totally in love with their music. Great memories listening to Heart....roc k on girls.
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Been around for 40 years and still kicking butt. I wish Ann and Nancy would go back to San Diego and hear my buddy, she can belt out your songs like no one else I know! She LOVES Heart.
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What happened to love between John and Cari
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Love These Dreams By Heart God Speed
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One of the great band of the 80's love this girl's
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Probably the only band that can pull off a 'Zeppelin (even Stairway to Heaven) and a Who cover. Didn't really like the hairspray and spandex makeover in the 80s though. Record company bullshit I imagine.
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The world , would have not been a world without your music. Love you guys
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I LUV This Song so much! !!!!
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HEART WILL ALWAYS RULE EVERYTHING AND EVERYONE!!! ��������❤️��
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