Fans of the band Heart received exciting news recently. Nancy Wilson, half of the sister duo of the band, in an interview with WBAB 102.3, Long Island's Only Classic Rock, revealed that the pair would be collaborating on new music together.
Nancy Wilson's Heart is currently touring, playing mostly Heart songs, but also enjoy covers from Paul McCartney & Wings and Van Halen. The band's singer Kimberly Nicole was discovered on The Voice, and Wilson had high praise for her talents. The remainder of the band is the same who backed Wilson on her "You And Me" and Heart's tours in 2016 and 2019.
In the interview with WBAB, Wilson shared that she and Ann Wilson are working on new music and expressed her excitement about the music and working with her sister again. She also shared that the sound of the new music will remind fans of Heart's sound from the '70s.
Heart a rock band originally formed in 1973
Heart was formed in 1973 in Seattle, Washington, and was birthed from several other projects, including The Army, Hocus Pocus, and White Heart. The original members consisted of the Wilson sisters, Roger Fisher, Steve Fossen, Michael Derosier, and Howard Leese, and these are the members who were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2013.
The band has been nominated for four Grammys, sold over 35 million records worldwide, 22.5 million in the US alone, and had top ten albums in the '70s, '80s, '90s, and 2010s.
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