Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Heart - Crazy on you live Vh1 Rock Honors 2007

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Photo From Dressingroom of Passionworks - "How Can I Refuse" You Video

On standby during 'How Can I Refuse' music video shoot- 1983.
Ann Wilson (Left), Nancy Wilson (Right), and Howard Leese (Far Left)
From Wikipedia:

Passionworks is the seventh studio album, released by the hard rock band Heart, in 1983. The album marks a shift in musical direction from hard rock and folk to mainstream rock. This album spent 21 weeks on the U.S. Billboard 200 and reached No. 39.[4] The single, "How Can I Refuse?" hit No. 44 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, and No. 1 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for 1 week.[5] Passionworks was the band's final album with Epic Records before their comeback-fueled move to Capitol Records. It is the first Heart album to feature Denny Carmassi and Mark Andes, who had replaced longtime members Mike DeRosier and Steve Fossen.

In 2009, Passionworks was re-released on the Beat Goes On label as a double CD with the band's previous album Private Audition.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Nancy Wilson's House in Seattle

Details coming soon of her former home in the Seattle area. See her photos of home inside and out, plus much, much  more.


Thursday, July 17, 2014

Ann Wilson at "Stones Fest"

Ann Wilson - "Wild Horses" at "Stones Fest" at Tipitina's in New Orleans, LA July 17, 2014.


Ann Wilson on a Stripper Pole (Oh My...!). 
New Orleans July 17, 2014 "Putting the sinner into Saints and Sinners"

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Ann & Nancy Wilson on - A Prairie Home Companion

Rehearsing for tonight's show A Prairie Home Companion at Greek Theatre L.A.

The show will air on KPCC, NPR and NPR XMSirius:
SATURDAY, JUNE 7 6pm-8pm
SUNDAY, JUNE 8 12pm-2pm


Click To Hear Show



Photo Credit:  Heart Music 

Friday, June 6, 2014

Featured Interview as seen on Huffington Post

If already read on Huffington Post click here for my extended conversation with Ann Wilson

Ann Wilson


Since the early ‘70s, sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson have been the driving force and soul of the rock band Heart selling more than 35 million albums. In 2013, they were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame.

For It’s About The Words & Conversations, Ann lovingly discusses her relationship with Nancy, how Hermann Hesse’s Siddhartha has played a significant role throughout her life and how it helped at a time when Nancy moved in a different direction.

Siddhartha is the story of a young man living in the time of Gotama Buddha. He is born into wealth, learned and destined for greatness. Unhappy and unfulfilled, he leaves against his father’s wishes with his best friend and follower Govinda to travel as a wandering beggar in hopes of finding enlightenment. Eventually, Siddhartha and Govinda go their separate ways and Siddhartha encounters a world unfamiliar to him including love (with a woman named Kamala), lust, and greed. Eventually his struggle to find his spiritual path sees him move on in anguish until he comes to a river. The river is where he finds his spiritual awakening.

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Monday, May 5, 2014

Heart Seeking Return to Limelight- 1985 Interview

Gene TriplettPublished: May 5, 1985                            Editor's note: Oklahoma Cityan Fred Garland is executive producer of a video documentary on the rock group, Heart. His interview with The Oklahoman appeared in the April 28 Entertainment & Arts section. The conclusion of this two-part series features a conversation with the stars of the band, Ann and Nancy Wilson.

SAUSALITO, Calif. Call it The Great Sausalito Shut-In.

Fred Garland is on the phone again, still making arrangements for the interview with Ann and Nancy Wilson. He makes a big production out of everything but then, that's his job.

Howard Leese is stretched out on the bed, watching video images of himself and the Wilson sisters on the TV across the room. For a rock 'n' roll guitarist, he seems a singularly sedentary man. He hasn't moved from that spot in nearly three hours.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Kiss the Sky - Seattle Times

April 22, 2014 at 5:17 PM Graham Nash, Wilson sisters ‘Kiss the Sky’ Concert preview Read the story here.

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