Ann Wilson Tickets for Sale

Ann Wilson is one of the most accomplished and successful artists of the 70's and 80's. She is better known as one half of the sister duo that form the rock band, Heart. Wilson was interest in music began during the late 60's when she became interested in rock artists like Led Zeppelin and folk artists like Joni Mitchell. Because of this she was equally capable of singing both styles with ease.

Ann began her musical career when she joined the local rock outfit, Heart, known as White Heart at that time. She requested her sister and guitarist Nancy Wilson to join the band, but she declined. Ann continued with Heart and got romantically involved with lead guitarist Mike Fisher. Before the band recorded their debut album, Fisher decided to vacate his role as guitarist and became the band's sound engineer. Ann again requested her sister to join the group, and this time she obliged.

Heart released their debut album, "Dream Beat Annie" in 1976. The album was a hit and Ann's exceptional vocals made many singles on the album major radio hits. These include "Magic Man," "Crazy On You" and the title track. The band continued to release successful albums like "Little Queen" in 1977 and "Dog and Butterfly" in 1978. Heart soon became one of the biggest rock outfits in America.
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As the 80's rolled in, the band found the going a little tough. Heart did release some albums in the 80's but they could not match the success of their predecessors. Although Wilson did record a hit, the single, "Almost Paradise" was a duet with Loverboy singer Mike Reno. It featured on the soundtrack of the 1984 movie, "Footloose."Heart switched to another label and tried to recreate their music and image to match up to the young bunch of artists. The strategy paid dividends, the band's next self titled album was released in 1985 and was an instant success.

The 90's was a more sober time for Ann. Along with her sister Nancy Wilson, she opened her pwn recording studio, Bad Animals. The studio became a breeding ground for many successful bands and artists including Alice in Chains. Ann and Nancy also launched a side band called the Lovemongers. The band debuted with a cover of Led Zeppelin's, "The Battle of Evermore" which featured on the soundtrack of the 1992 motion picture, "Singles"

The Lovemongers however didn't release their debut album till 1997 when they released, "Whirlygig."
The Lovemongers and Heart continued to record and perform throughout the 90's and the beginning of the 21st century. She is now concentrating on her responsibilities as a parent. Catch this talented performer in one of her live concerts. Contact your on-line ticket vendor and get the tickets now!!

Discography

Here Is Christmas - 1992
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