2009 Holiday greetings from Ann & Nancy
As of this date, here are the officially confirmed dates Ann & Nancy will perform with HEART in the New Year, 2010.
Jan. 29th, 2010 Las Vegas Hilton – Las Vegas, Nevada
Jan. 30th, 2010 Las Vegas Hilton – Las Vegas, Nevada
Jan. 31st, 2010 Desert Diamond Entertainment Center – Sahuarita, Arizona
Feb. 12th, 2010 Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Biloxi, Mississippi
Feb. 13th, 2010 Mardi Gras @ Universal Studios – Orlando, Florida
More as they arrive
Ann and Nancy with HEART are to play the Las Vegas Hilton on Friday & Saturday, January 29th & 30th, 2010.
HEART Fan Club members can pre-order discounted tickets now. All others are priced from $79-$99 (plus tax and service charge). General Availability will be announced shortly. Show time will be 8:00PM, both nights.
More info. is available at Hilton’s web site @
Heart is playing the KLOS Mark & Brian Christmas show at the Nokia Theater on Wednesday, December 16th, 2009 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Tickets will go onsale to HEART Fanclub members this Monday, November 2nd, 2009 at 10:00AM Pacific time.
More details will be available soon (after Mark & Brian announce the show on live radio)!
Howard Leese is featured on the front cover of the latest issue, Fall 2009, of magazine,
“22nd Century Rock”
Ann & Nancy Wilson invite you to help fund free mammograms by supporting the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
It’s easy to do ~ simply click on this link Pink Ribbon Challenge
Your click on the “Click Here to Give – it’s FREE” button helps fund free mammograms for women in need – low-income, inner-city and minority women whose awareness of breast cancer and opportunity for help is often limited. Your click is paid for by site sponsors, and mammogram funding is provided to clinics throughout the U.S. through the efforts of the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Early Detection: Do You Know The Facts?
The National Breast Cancer Foundation estimates that each year, over 200,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and over 40,000 die. One woman in eight either has or will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Approximately 1,700 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and 450 will die each year.
If detected early, the five-year survival rate for breast cancer exceeds 96%. Mammograms are among the best early detection methods, yet 13 million U.S. women 40 years of age or older have never had a mammogram.
The National Cancer Institute and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommend that women in their forties and older have mammograms every one to two years. A complete early detection plan also includes regular clinical breast examinations by a trained medical professional. Monthly breast self-exams are suggested in addition.
How You Can Help In Mere Seconds – Every Day
The Breast Cancer Site provides a feel-good way to help promote awareness of breast cancer and provide free mammograms for women in need every day – through easy and quick online activities.
With a simple, daily click of the pink “Click Here to Give – it’s FREE” button at The Breast Cancer Site, visitors help to provide free mammograms for women in need. Visitors pay nothing. Mammograms are provided by our charitable partners.
Please remember to click every day to fund free mammograms and give hope to women in need. Every click counts toward the goal of early detection, which allows for the best possible treatment options.
Here are the remaining live dates for HEART during the month of October, 2009.
8:00 PM CA San Francisco The Warfield Theater
7:00 PM CA Los Angeles The Greek Theater with The Bangles
8:00 PM AZ Sahuarita Desert Diamond Casino
A Conversation with Nancy Wilson of Heart
You’re on tour right now?
We’re on tour right now in between recording sessions. So we’ve been really busy putting together the songs for the new album.
A new Heart album?
We’re making a new album and we’re working with producer Ben Mink.
It seems like nowadays I hear your music more than ever before.
We’ve seen so many young, young kids the last few years now, showing up at the Heart shows, in the front row, yelling, “BARRACUDA!” Which is really cool because it means that our songs are standing the test of time kind of beautifully and the generational dots are connecting. We couldn’t be more excited about that.
It seemed as if Heart had two distinct careers: the classic rock Portrait Records incarnation of the ’70s, and the run you had after signing with Capitol, with the smoke machines and big hair videos on MTV.
Well, at first it was kind of exciting because we had a new record label and new management and a new opportunity to survive. The way the culture was changing because of MTV turned quickly into something else—it was so bombastic, over the top, and [cost] so much money. It was really hard to live up to the standard of the imaging that was starting to support that ’80s fashion; it got to be more trouble than it was worth. All that hairspray. Oh my god.
You can read more of this recent interview over @ the Portland Mercury web site.