Your guide to Ann & Nancy Wilson on the net since 1996! In 2018, Ann and Nancy still embark on side-projects: "Ann Wilson of Heart" and ROADCASE ROYALE. This fansite will report about those and about any possible Heart plans as soon as more info is available. Please like us on Facebook for more updates :) TDHS

21 May 2018 ~ 0 Comments

New unconfirmed Roadcase Royale and Bob Seger tour dates!

Roadcase Royale with Nancy Wilson and Liv Warfield

November 24 2018, Sprint Center, Kansas City MO unconfirmed
November 27 2018, Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines IA unconfirmed
November 30 2018, Scottrade Arena, St. Louis MO unconfirmed
December 12 2018, Xcel Energy Arena, St. Paul MN unconfirmed
December 14 2018, Allstate Arena, Chicago IL unconfirmed
December 20 2018, Bon Secours Wellness Arena, Greenville SC unconfirmed
December 22 2018, Infinite Energy Arena, Atlanta GA unconfirmed
January 19, 2019 2018, Nationwide Arena, Columbus OH unconfirmed
January 29, 2019 2018, Rimrock Auto Arena, Billings MT unconfirmed
January 31 2019, Ford Center, Boise ID unconfirmed
February 15 2019, Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix AZ unconfirmed
February 17 2019, Pepsi Center, Denver CO unconfirmed
February 23 2019,  The Forum, Inglewood CA unconfirmed

According to this article Roadcase Royale will at least join him in Boise. Nancy has retweeted the announcement, but Livenation and the Bob Seger site do not mention her. No dates on the Roadcase Royale website either. These dates are expected to be confirmed by Roadcase Royale very soon.

02 May 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Roadcase Royale is adding tour dates!

Nancy & Liv

June 20th 2018, The Rose, Pasadena CA
June 21st 2018, Coach House, San Juan Capistrano CA

August 12th 2018, Parx Casino, Bensalem PA
August 15th 2018, Dal Arts Centre, Halifax CANADA
August 16th 2018, The Centre at Casino New Brunswick, Moncton CANADA

15 April 2018 ~ 9 Comments

Ann Wilson @ RRHOF Induction 2018

Ann Wilson and Jerry Cantrell honored Cornell with a sparse rendition of “Black Hole Sun,” Soundgarden’s breakout hit from 1994’s Superunknown.

All pictures from Zimbio.com


From Rolling Stone:

Human beings of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, I’m here this evening to induct the Moody Blues into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The Moody Blues took me from childhood to adulthood as a disciple; their philosophical, spiritual, romantic and everyday messages were liberating and challenging to my then-forming mind.

The very few boys who took me on dates in those days were instantaneously upstaged if “Nights in White Satin” or “Dawn Is a Feeling” came on the car radio. And when “Legend of a Mind” was played, the date was usually over because the awkward gropings of earthly boys didn’t seem to resonate like that astral plane. More here

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17 March 2018 ~ 3 Comments

Nancy: 80 shows starting this Fall!

Bob and Nancy

Nancy was a guest on the TuneIn podcast with Bob Lefsetz very recently and after diving into Heart’s past and Heart’s current situation (which has been written out here), she talks about the plans for Roadcase Royale:

Bob: You’re going out on tour opening for Seger?

Nancy: Yeah, we started the tour opening for Seger a few months ago and we had to postpone it. […] So it’s not cancelled. We’re going back out in the Fall after Labor Day. Probably at least 80 dates [..] We don’t have the dates yet. The commitment is for everything they can get us and it’s all arenas.

17 March 2018 ~ 6 Comments

Ann @ Love Rocks NYC

Ann Wilson at Love Rocks NYC March 15th 2018 (zimbio.com)


Ann Wilson and Dean Wetter at Love Rocks NYC March 15th 2018 (zimbio.com)


Ann Wilson at Love Rocks NYC March 15th 2018 (zimbio.com)


Ann Wilson at Love Rocks NYC March 15th 2018 (zimbio.com)


Ann Wilson at Love Rocks NYC March 15th 2018 (zimbio.com)


14 March 2018 ~ 1 Comment

Nancy & Eric Tessmer – Even It Up

A day in Los Angeles spent in Alan Marino’s studio…and then headed to the show at The Mint. Nancy Wilson from Heart and Eric Tessmer sing ‘Even It Up’ – by Heart


13 February 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Ann Wilson interviewed by KEXP

Ann Wilson

KEXP: What do you enjoy about playing live at places like the Emerald Queen Casino?

Ann: The main thing about playing a show, no matter where it is, is being with people. I don’t really qualify people in terms of the venue they’re inside of. When you’re up on stage, doing music, it’s really all about working and connecting with people. The rest of the world kind of goes away. So, I feel good about playing there. That particular show is going to be sold out and there’s going to be people I know there.

I’m doing two shows on the west coast partly because I’m going down to L.A. to start working on a new record. So I wanted to do a little playing with my band in the northwest before we break down and go to the studio. After the studio, we’re going into Paul Rogers mode. These are going to be the last two shows — in Tacoma and outside of Portland — that we’ll do the same thing we’ve been doing for the last year. Then we’ll be closing up one incarnation before we open the next. I just feel great about it.

KEXP: What can you tell me about the new record?

Ann: The concept of the record is that all the songs are written by people who just recently died. So, I’m honoring Chris Cornell, Chester Bennington, Leonard Cohen, Tom Petty and a few others. It’s just a really great experience to get to thank them and to get back in the studio on my own. It’s only the second time ever I’ll be on my own — I did a solo album in 2007 called Hope & Glory — so I’m looking forward to it. I’ll be working with the original Heart producer, Lex Luger, who did the first five records with Heart. He and I are getting back together, that’s going to be a blast.

More from this interview

Ann’s tour dates can be found here.