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​Heart's Ann Wilson reveals the women who inspired her

bizjournals Tuesday, 16 May 2017
Heart is led by sisters and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees Ann Wilson and Nancy Wilson, who are the first women in music to lead, write and play instruments for a chart-topping Rock band. To date the band has sold more than 35 million records that include hits like “Crazy on You,” “Magic Man,” and “Barracuda.” In April, Heart announced they would be going on hiatus with Nancy hitting the road with a new band Roadcase Royale and Ann heading out with her “Ann Wilson of Heart” tour.…
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