Heart is a rock band whose founding members came from Seattle, Washington, USA in the early 1970s. Going through several lineup changes, the only constant members of the group are sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson. Heart left their 1980s' sound and went back to their hard rock roots which they continue to play today. They have sold over 30 million albums worldwide.
Heart is a rock band of United States of America. The band was formed in the early 1970. The band had many lineup changed but the two sisters “Ann Wilson” and “Nancy Wilson” are the permanent members of the band. The band became famous in the 1970s by their hard rock and folk music. The band had a retreating popularity in the mid of 1980s but the band made a major comeback in 1985 and enjoyed success throughout the rest of the decade with their power ballads. Hearts have sold over about 30 million albums worldwide. On VH1’s 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock the band was ranked #57.
Steve Fossen (as bassist) along with Roger Fisher (as guitarist), Don Wilhelm (as lead vocalist, guitarist and keyboardist) and Ray Schaefer (as drummer) formed a band “The Army) in 1967. The band performed for many years in and around the Bothell (Washington). In 1969 the band had many line up changes and as well as a changed name as “White Heart”. In 1971, one day Mike went across the border to meet his family and by chance met Ann at a Hocus Pocus show. According to Nancy in the meeting Ann fell in love and she decided to follow Mike back to Canada.