164 x 236 x 26mm
For decades, sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson have been a part of the American rock and roll story. Starting in the 1970s, when their debut Dreamboat Annie delivered mega hits like "Crazy on You" and "Magic Man" to the 1990s when they reinvented themselves as power balladeers and conquered MTV with "These Dreams" and "All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You" to their 2010 release which received over the top critical praise and reached the Billboard top 10, Heart has always been, first and foremost, a showcase for these awesomely talented women.
But as women, Ann and Nancy have faced a different kind of scrutiny than their male counterparts. Their relationships, their looks, Ann's battle with weight, Nancy's recent divorce from longtime husband Cameron Crowe, many of the aspects of their personal lives have been fodder for journalists, taking precedence over the power of their music and their success. Now, with the help of critically acclaimed and bestselling music biographer Charles Cross, Ann and Nancy tell their story. With inter-band relationships causing enough turmoil to rival Fleetwood Mac, a rollercoaster relationship with fame through thirty years, constant reinvention, and of course the tales of sex and drugs you'd expect, here is the story of two women who have shown the world that women can truly rock for over thirty-five years.