Next year marks the 50th anniversary of the official formation of Heart, and frontwoman Ann Wilson has revealed that plans are in the works for some kind of celebration marking the milestone.
"I'm not at liberty to say exactly what they are yet because it's such early days, but sure," Wilson tells Grammy.com. "It will be next year. And we're doing a thing. Definitely. We're still formulating it now."
The celebration would mark the first time Ann and her sister, Heart co-leader Nancy Wilson, will have worked together since the band ended its Love Alive tour in 2019. The siblings have recently been at odds over the direction of the group, and both have been focused on solo projects during the last few years.
Nancy released her debut solo studio album, You and Me, in 2021. She also recently launched a new group called Nancy Wilson's Heart that features powerhouse lead singer Kimberly Nichole and members of Heart's most recent touring lineup.
Ann released a new solo studio album called Fierce Bliss in April and has been touring with her own backing band, The Amazing Dawgs, that mainly features a group of Nashville session musicians who accompanied her on most of the record's songs.
Ann tells Grammy.com that she's expecting to make another album with The Amazing Dawgs.
"What I can do now with these ideas I have is just get 'em down and go in with this group of excellent musicians," she notes. "What we have is really energized, fiery and sharp. I think it's working for us right now. It's real."
You can check out Ann's 2022 tour schedule with The Amazing Dawgs at AnnWilson.com.
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