Find your Heart tickets today on TicketNetwork.com! The rock band, consisting of Ann and Nancy Wilson, is putting on various performances throughout the spring. This summer, the duo is teaming up with Joan Jett & the Blackhearts and Cheap Trick for a 31-date tour, which will take place from July until September. Titled the “Rock Hall Three for All,” the circuit will makes stops at venues across the United States. Take a look at the schedule and buy your Heart tickets today!
|Current Tour:||”Rock Hall Three for All”|
|Discography:||Dreamboat Annie (1976)
Little Queen (1977)
Dog and Butterfly (1978)
Bebe le Strange (1980)
Private Audition (1982)
Bad Animals (1987)
Desire Walks On (1993)
Heart Presents a Lovemongers’ Christmas (2001)
Jupiters Darling (2004)
Red Velvet Car (2010)
In early 2016, Heart announced a joint tour alongside Joan Jett & the Blackhearts and Cheap Trick. Appropriately called “Rock Hall Three for All,” the 31-show trek will kick off at DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkston, MI and will stop at venues across the country, including Nikon at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, NY, Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas, TX, and The Forum in Inglewood, CA, before wrapping up at Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, FL on September 23. Heart tickets are going fast so make sure to get yours soon!
With the Wilson sisters, Ann and Nancy, leading the way, Heart was one of the most successful bands of the mid-seventies. Fans remember their hit songs like "Barracuda" and "Magic Man," and still love to hear them today, which is why Heart tickets are highly sought after.
Before being known as Heart, the group went by names like The Army and White Heart, with origins dating back to 1963. Heart truly came into its own as a band in 1974 when Nancy Wilson joined her sister Ann (who had joined Heart four years earlier) in the group. Based in Canada, Heart began to gain a large following and in 1975 released their debut album, Dreamboat Annie, which became a commercial success north of the border. Heart then turned their sights on the US and were able to capture immediate success, with Dreamboat Annie gaining platinum status behind the power of the singles "Crazy On You" and "Magic Man." The next few albums released by Heart also became big sellers, all reaching platinum or multi-platinum status highlighted by 1977's Little Queen, which featured one of the group's biggest hits, "Barracuda."
After the failed albums Private Audition (1982) and Passionworks (1983), many had written off Heart. However, in 1985, Heart came back with a vengeance, releasing the self-titled Heart, which quickly became the group's most successful album. It went five times platinum and featured multiple Top 10 hits, including "These Dreams" and "Nothin' At All." Heart released their most recent album, Fanatic in 2012.