Ann Wilson Pays Tribute to Chris Cornell with Soundgarden Cover"It’s important now to keep thoughts of Chris positive," she wrote. "He is on his way. We loved him well, now wish him well on his journey. He was and is a beautiful soul."
Heart on Aftermath of Family Assault: 'We Just Need to Talk to Each Other'While Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart are currently on hiatus, the sisters insist that the band has not broken up.
Heart's Ann Wilson Announces Solo Tour DatesThe run kicks off on March 8th at the Moore Theatre in Seattle, WA.
Heart Singer's Husband Accused of AssaultHeart singer Ann Wilson's husband is being held in Washington State due to an ongoing investigation where he allegedly assaulted two young men.
Heart's Nancy Wilson Dedicates "These Dreams" to Deceased Fan"Music can be such a huge help and a force of healing to so many in so many ways."
Usher, Michael Bolton, Sheryl Crow to Politicians: 'Don't Use Our Song'They're fed up with having their music co-opted without permission. So they made a hilarious video about it, which debuted last night.
Metallica's James Hetfield Guests on Upcoming Heart AlbumHetfield plays guitar on the album's title track.
Heart, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts and Cheap Trick to Tour Together in 2016The three artists will hit the road together this summer.
Dave Grohl Brings Foo Fighters' Throne, Sonic Highways to Washington D.C.If a Dave Grohl's broken leg was a lemon, the Foo Fighters' 20th anniversary concert turned it into sweet lemonade.
Jack Bruce, Ann Wilson Featured on Beatles Tribute Album 'Keep Calm and Salute the Beatles'The Beatles will be the subject of a new tribute album which features covers by Jack Bruce, Heart's Ann Wilson, Todd Rundgren, KC of KC and the Sunshine Band and many more.
Brian Wilson Tribute Show to Feature All-Star Lineup of Ann Wilson, Brandon Flowers, MoreNorah Jones, Wilson Phillips and Boz Scaggs are also scheduled to show up.
Boston vs. Seattle: Which City Has the Best Music?Forget Super Bowl XLIX, the real match-up is between musical legacies. Representatives from Seattle station KZOK and Boston's WZLX argue which city has better music.