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30 July 2015 ~ 1 Comment

NEW! the ann wilson thing “fool no more”

The first’s track is the very bluesy ‘Fool No More’. “A preview to an upcoming song, dedicated to all the wonderful people behind the scenes helping to bring the ann wilson thing to you,” Ann said on Facebook. music by Craig Bartock words by Ann Wilson EP coming August 2015 theannwilsonthing.com instagram.com/theannwilsonthing facebook.com/theannwilsonthing twitter.com/annwilsonthing

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29 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Finally in Focus!

A new picture of Ann & Nancy has popped up. It is from a well known shoot with Norman Seeff. The shoot has given us a limited amount of pictures and the one we’ve seen the most, has Ann & Nancy out of focus and their hands taking the spotlight (see for yourself further down […]

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26 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Heart plays NYC Citi Field July 25th 2015

“Straight On” “Kick it Out” “Alone”

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26 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

New Ann & Nancy Photo

From Still Going Crazy, a lengthy interview with Ann.

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17 July 2015 ~ 5 Comments

The Ann Wilson Thing to release EP

The Ann Wilson Thing has also released the following vid “Ain’t No Way”, yesterday. [which has now been removed! :/] Updated July 22nd 2015: UltimateClassicRock: “That was followed on July 17 with a post announcing her new solo EP, which is in the works for an August release. No details have been made public yet — but […]

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10 July 2015 ~ 1 Comment

Ann & Nancy talk about Dog & Butterfly book

The book can be purchased in Hardcover or Paperback at Heart-Music.com, or as an Ebook at several outlets, including iTunes. Two different types of paperback editions (2009 and 2014) can be found on Amazon.com.

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06 July 2015 ~ 1 Comment

30 Years Ago: Heart Release Heart

Ultimate Classic Rock: By the time 1984 rolled around, Heart were at a serious career crossroads. The band had been dropped from its previous label after the disappointing performance of 1983′s Passionworks. Although Heart were still popular in rock circles, lineup changes and shifting musical trends had put a damper on their career. Luckily, Capitol […]

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