Nancy Wilson

American singer, guitarist Nancy Wilson

Nancy Lamoureux Wilson is an American singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer who, with her older sister Ann and lead guitarist Roger Fisher, became the core of the Seattle/Vancouver rock band Heart.
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Bus noise sparks complaint - Montana Kaimin
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Last week, Mayor John Engen met with Jen Gursky, president of the Associated Students of the University of Montana, and Nancy Wilson, director of ASUM Transportation, to discuss a University district noise complaint. Engen suggested the buses use
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SHARCs in Shelter Cove - Redwood Times
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Participating SHARC members (pictured left to right) included Jerry Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Gary Wellborn, Todd Barton, John Hardin and Cliff Banfill at the station they set up next to the lighthouse. (Not pictured Cheryl Antony)
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Jazz great Nancy Wilson sets final concert - Chillicothe Gazette
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ATHENS -- Jazz legend and Chillicothe native Nancy Wilson will make her final appearance on stage at a gala event Sept. 10. Wilson, who has been officially retired for a few years now, will sing one last time at the 125th anniversary celebration at
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Jazz Legend Nancy Wilson To Perform Final Concert at OU - WOUB
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Legendary jazz song stylist Nancy Wilson makes one thing crystal clear: If she's going to do something, she wants to do it right. She began her career embracing that standard, and now she's set to end it in the same way. The three-time Grammy Award
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Nancy Wilson reflects on Heart's 35 years in rock 'n' roll - Canton Repository
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It was 1976 when sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson and their band Heart burst onto the rock scene with a pair of driving radio hits, “Crazy On You” and “Magic Man,” and a debut album, “Dreamboat Annie,” that went platinum
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Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson to Write Memoir - Ultimate Classic Rock
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Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson, the first sisters of rock and roll, will recount the journey of their long and winding career in a memoir due out next year. Nancy Wilson, the guitar playing sister, told Billboard that she and singer Ann have teamed up
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Heart To Release New Album And Memoirs In 2012 - RTT News
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The group—which celebrates its 35th anniversary this year-has been working with producer Ben Mink (who co-produced the band's 2010 album), according to Nancy Wilson, who said the band will be going into the studio "as soon as the tour is done
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Heart Recording New Album, 'Telling the Whole Story' in 2012 Memoir - Billboard
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But Ann and Nancy Wilson aren't planning to take nearly as long again. In fact, Nancy tells Billboard.com, they're already well along on the next one. "We've got most of it written already," Wilson says. "We're writing again and working on songs with
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Eugene McDaniels, Singer And Songwriter, Dies at 76
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Eugene McDaniels, whose mellifluous voice brought him high onto the Billboard charts several times in the early 1960s, and who wrote ''Feel Like Makin' Love,'' which Roberta Flack took to the top of the charts in 1974, died on Friday at his home in Kittery Point, Me. He was 76. He died after a brief illness, his wife, Karen, said. With his
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UPDATED: 5:26 pm MDT July 28, 2011 - NBC Montana
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"Whether it should be implemented elsewhere, I honestly think it's too expensive," said ASUM Transportation's Nancy Wilson. The city plans to take the public comment from the meeting and use it when they consider other parts of the Missoula Downtown
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Faith in Action: Many Women, One Voice - CBS42
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She has appeared in national PSA's with Nancy Wilson and her mission is what brought her to Birmingham with 'The Southern Women Matter! Engagement for Action' tour. The event premiered the film, "Many Women, One Voice" to sound the alarm that HIV AIDS
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Watch Cameron Crowe's 'Pearl Jam Twenty' Trailer - Ology
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Crowe's married to hit 1970s band Heart's guitarist Nancy Wilson, and although he's mostly moved on from the rock tributes, he clearly remains as big a fan as ever. Some evidence of this? Crowe's just completed a documentary about the iconic Seattle
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Exclusive Interview: Heart Singer Ann Wilson on Def Leppard Tour, New Music - Ultimate Classic Rock
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Most recently, sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson have been temporarily enshrined in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of the 'Women Who Rock' exhibit. (But how about a permanent induction for the band … isn't it time?) Heart singer Ann Wilson is
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Nancy Wilson
    FIFTIES
  • 2012
    Age 57
    Nancy and Ann released another studio album, Fanatic in October 2012; it debuted at number 24 on Billboard 200, and hit number 10 on Billboard's Rock Album chart.
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    Nancy and Ann also received a star for Heart on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in September 2012. In 2011, Wilson began seeing Geoff Bywater who worked in music production on television shows for Fox. They were engaged in 2012 and married on April 28, 2012.
  • 2009
    Age 54
    In late 2009, Nancy and Ann were back in the studio recording their 14th studio album.
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    One day in November 2009, Ann collapsed.
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  • 2007
    Age 52
    Also in 2007, Ann released her first "solo" album, Hope & Glory, which was mainly a number of duets with other successful artists. Nancy featured on three of the 12 tracks. Nancy's marriage to Cameron Crowe began to crumble in 2008. Nancy cites the very different needs she and Cameron had at this time as the reason they separated after being together 27 years. While the breakup was messy, she says they both quickly became "first-rate co-parents." After two years of separation, they divorced in 2010 citing irreconcilable differences.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1998
    Age 43
    In 1998, Ann adopted a boy and named him John Dustin Wilson.
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  • 1997
    Age 42
    In November 1997, they set out on a 12-date tour travelling by van on what they called the "Don't Blink" tour – if you blinked, you missed it.
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    In 1997, Nancy performed her first solo acoustic show in 30 years.
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  • 1995
    Age 40
    In 1995, Nancy told Ann, "I don't want to do Heart anymore, at least for a while."
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1991
    Age 36
    In 1991, Nancy and Ann entered into a partnership with Steve Lawson, who owned Kaye-Smith Studios where many of their 1970s hits, as well as Bébé le Strange, had been recorded.
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  • 1986
    Age 31
    In addition to making and releasing an album, playing a 148-show 10-month tour, and making music videos, Nancy was planning her wedding to Cameron, which took place at Ann's house on July 27, 1986 at 11 pm.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1977
    Age 22
    On July 28, 1977, Nancy and Ann appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine for the first time.
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  • 1976
    Age 21
    As Dreamboat Annie climbed the charts, Michael realized that the band was getting too big for him to manage; the band hired a new manager, Ken Kinnear. Since they considered the band a proven success – Dreamboat Annie had become a platinum seller by November 1976 – they thought they deserved royalties in line with those of a platinum band.
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  • 1975
    Age 20
    At a club in October 1975, after Ann took the stage and made the comment that the food there tasted like Pine-Sol disinfectant, the group was summarily fired, just 4 nights into its two-week engagement.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1974
    Age 19
    On her next visit to Ann, Nancy asked if the band would include more acoustic songs if she joined. Ann responded "that's why I want you to join." Nancy left school in mid-1974 and joined Ann and Heart in West Vancouver.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1964
    Age 9
    On February 9, 1964, when Wilson and her sister Ann watched the Beatles perform on The Ed Sullivan Show, they both instantly wanted to be like the band.
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  • 1954
    Born
    Born on March 16, 1954.
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