Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2013, Heart stands as one of the greatest American rock bands. While the group has had many different line-ups since their rise to fame in the mid-1970s, the focal point of Heart has always been sisters Ann Wilson and Nancy Wilson. The Wilson sisters have also contributed greatly to the Seattle music scene, collaborating with artists such as Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, R.E.M., Niel Young, Pearl Jam, and many others over the years. Heart’s popularity soared throughout the 70’s and 80’s as they spanned multiple musical genres such as Folk, Metal, and Hard Rock. With over 35 million records sold internationally, Heart is known for their diversity of musical style and hits such as “Crazy on You” and “Barracuda”. Heart’s hit albums include Dreamboat Annie, their first album released in 1976, Magazine, first released in 1977, as well as Little Queen, also released in 1977, the band’s acclaimed 1978 album, Dog and Butterfly, Bebe le Strange, released in 1980, Private Audition in 1982, Passionworks in 1983, their self-titled Heart, released in 1985, Bad Animals in 1987, Brigade in 1990, Desire Walks On in 1993, the band’s Heart presents Lovemonger’s Christmas released in 2001, Jupiter’s Rising released in 2004, Red Velvet Car released in 2010, and Fanatic, released in 2012. From the band’s start in 1976 to 2012, Heart has released 15 studio albums.
Heart has also had 20 Top 40 singles, seven Top Ten albums, 4 Grammy nominations, and their live concerts continue to sell out stadiums across the world. Heart live shows span generations of fans, bringing together Heart fans of all ages, and always include a good mix of sing-a-long fan favorite songs from their mid-70s releases as well as some of their new tracks. If you plan on getting tickets to see one band perform in your lifetime, make it Heart. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for Heart Tickets.
Heart The Ann Wilson Thing Solo Tour
In fall of 2015, Heart singer, Ann Wilson, embarked upon Heart’s Ann Wilson Solo Tour. This tour sold out casino amphitheaters and state fair sized stadiums across the US and featured many special guest performances throughout, including other Heart band members. During sets at the Ann Wilson Solo Thing Tour, singer Ann Wilson performed Heart hits such as “Barracuda” as well as many other fan favorite, punctuated by some of Heart’s songs from their 2012 album, Fanatic. Although this was not an official Heart tour, Heart fans from all over the world and from different generations showed up to see Ann Wilson perform their favorite Heart songs live.