Best known as the longtime lead guitarist and co-vocalist for Heart, Nancy Wilson and her sister Ann initially found success in the mid-'70s with guitar-heavy radio hits like "Magic Man" and "Barracuda," only to reach greater heights with a major pop comeback the following decade. Their eponymous eighth album, 1985's Heart, reached quintuple platinum status with more-mainstream fare such as "Alone," "What About Love?," and "These Dreams," the latter of which scored the band their first number one single. Heart managed to land Top Ten albums in four different decades, despite taking a break in the late '90s to pursue other interests -- the Wilsons released a pair of roots-oriented LPs under the moniker Lovemongers in 1997 and 1998. After resuming Heart in 2004 with Jupiters Darling, Nancy Wilson released a score for her then-husband ...
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