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On March 31st and April 1st Ann Wilson performed at the David Bowie Tribute in New York. On the first night she did “Let’s Dance” and on the second night she performed “Space Oddity”. Let’s Dance Space Oddity
After a very successful -but limited to 30k- release in Canada in the fall of 1975, Heart’s debut album was released in the USA on Valentine’s Day, February 14th 1976. To celebrate this release, InTheStudio.net is hosting an interview with Ann & Nancy. The footage with Ann & Nancy isn’t actually new, but it is […]
New songs and reinvented songs Ann Wilson on KSLX: “We’ve kept making records, we’ve kept playing shows. Sometimes we’re up, sometimes we’re down, but there we are. We love doing it, I think people can relate to that. We don’t try to be something we’re not. We’ll go to where the people live [chuckle] and […]
New live EP of “Live At The Belly Up” which will be out and available January 29. The tracklist: 1. For What It’s Worth (Live) 2. I Put a Spell on You (Live) 3. Every Grain of Sand (Live) 4. Isolation (Live) 5. Permission (Live) 6. Danger Zone (Live) 7. Ain’t No Way (Live) Pre-order: […]
RollingStone.Com: Hours before David Bowie’s death Sunday, a tribute concert dedicated to the rocker’s musical legacy was announced for New York’s Carnegie Hall on March 31st. The Roots, Cyndi Lauper, the Mountain Goats, Heart’s Ann Wilson, Perry Farrell, Jakob Dylan were all scheduled to take part in The Music of David Bowie at Carnegie Hall concert, with Bowie’s longtime collaborator Tony […]
Herald: Wilson said she has plans for both Heart and her solo efforts in the year ahead. “It’s a great thing for an artist to get to have lots of different places to go,” Wilson said. “I still work with Heart. I still enjoy it, and we have a whole year touring with Heart coming up […]