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Ann Wilson Announces 2020 Solo Tour, Promising Originals, Heart Classics and More

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2019 was a banner year for Heart, as the iconic rock band featuring Ann Wilson and Nancy Wilson toured with Joan Jett & the Blackhearts — the first full Heart tour in a while.

With the calendar switching to 2020, Ann Wilson has unveiled some touring plans of her own for the months ahead, promising original songs, classics from the Heart catalog and more:

Tickets for the tour will go on sale beginning Feb. 21 — and here’s the schedule so far:

04/30/20 Englewood, NJ
05/01/20 Mashantucket, CT
05/03/20 Derry, NH
05/04/20 Huntington, NY
05/06/20 Albany, NY
05/07/20 Medford, MA
05/09/20 Atlantic City, NJ
05/10/20 Annapolis, MD
05/12/20 Alexandria, VA
05/13/20 Wilkes Barre, PA
05/18/20 St. Charles, IL
05/20/20 Milwaukee, WI
05/21/20 Northfield, OH

More dates will be added to the tour “soon,” per the news release, so visit Wilson’s official site to stay up to date.

And if you haven’t yet, be sure to read Steve Rosen’s Behind the Curtain entry about an embarrassing encounter with Heart in the 1970s, and an important lesson he learned through the experience. A choice passage, recalling his exchange with Roger Fisher (the band’s guitarist at the time):

There wasn’t a hint of Kryptonite in sight and Roger and I got on famously. I felt indestructible. I thought, “I can say anything to him” and so I did. And even as the words were leaving my mouth, my brain was saying. “Don’t say it, nimrod. Do not say it, nitwit.” You know you shouldn’t say it, your brain is screaming at you, every molecule in your body is telling you to back off but you don’t. You’ve all done it, right? Said things you should have never said and ended up apologizing for them for the rest of your life? Sure you have.

So there I was, lips parted, an intake of breath and expelling those nine fated words: ““Man, the band is great but lose the girls.”

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