Pacific Northwest rockers, led by Ann and Nancy Wilson, who produced some of the most thrilling rock anthems of the 1970s and '80s. The lineup was the same as it had been in 1995, but without Scott Adams.  Beautiful Broken reached number 9 on Billboard's Rock Album Chart and number 30 on Billboard's Top Selling Albums Chart. For a brief time in 1970, this line-up shortened its name to Heart and dropped "White".  The album peaked at number 48 on the Billboard 200, eventually being certified gold. , In 2002, Ann and Nancy returned to the road with a brand-new Heart lineup that included Scott Olson, Ben Smith, Alice in Chains bassist Mike Inez and keyboardist Tom Kellock. , At the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony on April 18, 2013, the original members of Heart (the Wilson Sisters, Howard Leese, Michael Derosier, Steve Fossen, and Roger Fisher) reunited for the first time in 34 years to play "Crazy on You". Overview. Link in Bio.  A fifth single, "If Looks Could Kill", also charted, giving the band five hit singles from the same album for the first time.  In 2003, Heart released a DVD of the band's last stop in the tour as Alive in Seattle. Heart is an American rock band formed in 1970 in Seattle, Washington by Steve Fossen (bass guitar), Roger Fisher (guitar), David Belzer (keyboards), and Jeff Johnson (drums). Remembering all those lost 19 years ago #neverforget, Last week @nancywilson was interviewed talking Heart and music for the Biography: I Want My MTV. Pre save by clicking the link in her bio on her Instagram! Steve Fossen finished his college education before he also decided to move to Canada in late 1972, and Roger followed in late 1972 or early 1973.  Hannah and Johnstone had left by this time, and soon after Leese became a full-time member. In 1969, the band went through line-up changes—Gary Ziegelman (former lead singer of Buffalo Clancy) on lead vocals, Roger on guitar, Steve on bass, James Cirrello on guitar, Ron Rudge on drums, Ken Hansen on percussion,—and a new name, White Heart. Pacific Northwest rockers, led by Ann and Nancy Wilson, who produced some of the most thrilling rock anthems of the 1970s and '80s.  Although Ann and Nancy were reuniting, the former Heart members who had joined Nancy's solo effort were not invited back and the new lineup consisted of Ann's touring band, replacing Ben Smith on drums, Dan Rothchild on bass, and Chris Joyner on keyboards.  A four-song EP, which included a live version of Led Zeppelin's "The Battle of Evermore" and an updated version of the Heart standard "Crazy On You", came out in late 1992.  Their Hall of Fame page describes the Wilson sisters as the first women to front a hard-rock band, and "pioneers ... inspir[ing] women to pick up an electric guitar or start a band". Good times!  Along with an orchestra, two choirs and Jason Bonham (son of late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham), they performed a version of Led Zeppelin's signature song "Stairway to Heaven." , In 1999, Nancy released a solo album, Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop. They frequently played Bothell High School, Inglemoor High School, and Shorecrest High School, as well as many taverns and club venues.  In 2008, the band performed in a benefit for music education in public schools, appearing live with Jackson Browne on "Something Fine," with Venice on "Crazy on You" and with over 70 members of the Santa Monica High School orchestra and girls' choir on "Bohemian Rhapsody. Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson are the creative spark behind Heart, a rock group who initially found success in the mid-'70s via guitar-heavy radio hits like "Magic Man" and "Barracuda," only to reach greater heights after engineering a major pop comeback a decade later. The song reached number seven on the US pop chart, and strongly influenced the band to use other songwriters and to change their sound.