The rock band Heart has taken on many styles throughout the last four decades but hits like 'Crazy on You' and 'Barracuda' are instantly recognizable with the vocals of sisters Nancy and Ann Wilson. The band's first hit album was Dreamboat Annie in 1975 and was a breath of fresh air with a hard rocking style and several successful songs, one of them being the hugely popular 'Magic Man.' The band's next release in 1978, Little Queen, sold more than one million albums and they have been one of the highlights of classic rock ever since.
Heart toured extensively after the release of Bebe Le Strange in 1980, but had lackluster sales for their albums Private Audition in 1982 and Passionworks in 1983. The band signed to Capitol Records soon after and had a surprise mega-hit in 1985 with a self-titled album that boasted four chart-topping hits ('These Dreams,' 'Nothin' at All, 'What About Love?' 'Never') and sold over five million copies.
Heart kept the hits coming with 'Alone' from Bad Animals in 1987 and floated into the 1990s with 'All I Want to Do Is Make Love to You' and 'Stranded' from the album Brigade. Heart's live show was full of rock hits and ballads alike, sometimes reproduced in acoustic sets, with a revolving cast of musicians. In recent years Nancy Wilson has had a solo career and worked with her husband, filmmaker Cameron Crowe, writing the musical score for the critically acclaimed movie Almost Famous. The Wilson sisters also released two records under the name Lovemongers and have had renewed success for their older hits with the two separate greatest hits collections.
A Heart concert is a rockin' affair and tickets to see the Wilsons play an impressive set of the hippest classic rock from the '70s and the coolest tunes from the '80s are going fast.