- Heart Breaking The Band 05/23/21: Fronted by the Wilson sisters, Heart is renowned for its multi-million selling 1980s power ballads. But the story of Heart starts in the late 1960s with two guys and their guitars, who are determined to make it big. Signing up Ann Wilson & her sister, Nancy, the soon to be six-piece band is a truly creative musical collaboration that produces some absolute classics of the late 70s. But the creative genius at Hearts’ core is as the result of double sibling love stories that will ultimately fall apart. As the band’s star rises, individual egos grow & a series of infidelities, creative clashes, power struggles & broken hearts will lead to the downfall of the original Heart, leaving the sisters free to take the band into the cut-throat world of mainstream rock super stardom.
- HEART & Friends Home for The Holidays 12/25/13: Shawn Colvin, Sammy Hagar, Richard Marx and Pat Monahan from Train will join HEART for this once-in-a-lifetime concert which was recorded on Dec. 12 at the beautiful Benaroya Symphony Concert Hall in Seattle. The Wilson sisters will sing an array of holiday Christmas songs written by Joni Mitchell, Harry Nilsson, Bob Dylan and Hagar in their Christmas set as well as some of HEART’s favorite songs. Colvin, Hagar, Marx and Monahan will provide additional vocals on the tunes and/or sing duets with HEART. The concert showcases two songs in particular that were new at the time that were released as a “double-A sided” single on iTunes. Ann has re-made the soulful Elvis Presley and Eagles hit “Please Come For Christmas” into a rhythm and blues song with Aaron Neville. As part of the concert, she will perform it as a duet with Monahan. Nancy wrote a new arrangement for the yuletide tune “All Through The Night,” a traditional Welsh folksong, with backing vocals by Marx. Marx will perform it with her at the holiday concert. Ann Wilson added, “We are thrilled and delighted to be joined by our band and our friends on stage to ring in the holiday season for our fans everywhere.”