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|Heart: Home For The Holidays||Vancouver, Canada||Queen Elizabeth Theatre - Vancouver||Dec 13, 2013|
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|Heart||Bossier City, LA||Riverdome At Horseshoe Casino||Feb 07, 2014|
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With the Wilson sisters, Ann and Nancy, leading the way, Heart was one of the most successful bands of the mid seventies and was able to even reach greater success nearly 10 years later. Fans remember their hit songs like "Barracuda" and "Magic Man," and sometimes Heart tickets don't last very long. Look no further, as TicketNetwork can connect you to a great selection of cheap Heart tickets, as well as some of the best seats you can find. Get your Heart tickets today!
Before ever 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 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. But 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." The album was the rebirth of Heart and Heart tickets became a hot item once again. With the release of Bad Animals (1987) and Brigade (1990), Heart had by that time released eight platinum selling albums.