Heart’s Ann Wilson on Her Long Career

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Ann Wilson speaks with Sound & Vision’s Emily Fox about her long career in the music industry.


 
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Ann Wilson is a Bellevue, Washington-raised rock and roll hall of fame inductee who’s best known for being the lead singer in the band Heart. She’ll be performing a solo show at Seattle’s Neptune Theater on October 13th, 16th and 17th.

She talks with Sound & Vision’s Emily Fox about her long career in the music industry, the corruption and sexism she’s faced along the way, and the new solo material she’s been working on during the pandemic.

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