Date: March 20th, 7:30 pm - March 20th, 11:55pm
Venue: Budweiser Gardens
Location: LondonMore Info
In addition to the tour dates, Ann and Nancy Wilson will make an appearance at Canadian Music Week on March 22, 2013 for a special in-depth interview and intimate acoustic performance: “Heart, Soul and Rock & Roll: Celebrity Interview with Ann and Nancy Wilson”.
California born, Seattle bred sisters Nancy and Ann Wilson are behind some of rock’s most iconic hits from the wild call of “Barracuda” to the epic lilt of “Magic Man” to the deranged shriek of “Crazy On You.” Nancy’s guitar and Ann’s wail are practically part of the national archive, indelible elements of American pop culture. In their nearly fourty years as a band the Wilson sisters have been lauded as sex symbols, idealized as feminist icons, and worshiped by critics and fans alike, selling over 35 million albums worldwide and thrilling audiences with their raucous live show.
In 2010 the band returned to the Billboard Top 10 with the release of Red Velvet Car and a Top 5 DVD Night at Sky Church. The subsequent tour, which was incredibly successful in Canada, reinvigorated the sisters’ taste for live performance and life on the road, but as they looked forward to recording another record, something seemed to be in the way: their past.
“When you’re at our experience level, you know what you want and you go for it,” Nancy says. “You’re not going to test it out for five or ten years, you’re going to get in the car and drive.”