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Nancy Wilson is an American singer, musician, songwriter, producer, and composer. She was the guitarist of Heart, a band that she joined with her sister Ann Wilson.
Nancy Wilson was raised in Seattle, Washington and grew up playing music as a teenager. While she was in college, she joined her sister Ann Wilson in a band called Heart. In fact, Heart was the first band that had all women as frontwomen. The band’s first album was titled Dreamboat Annie and was released in 1976. Dreamboat Annie’s hit singled “Crazy on You” was ranked no. 35 on the US charts. In 1977, Heart released their album Little Queen and the following year they released Dog & Butterfly. Hits such as “Magic Man” and “Barracuda” led to their rise to fame. Wilson quickly established herself with her flamenco and classical guitar-like playing style that was diffused with the band’s hard rock genre. With her sister, Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson started recording their ninth studio-album called Bad Animals in the mid-1990s, which was one of their most successful albums. They later formed a side band named the Lovemongers. Her guitar skills have led to Heart’s popularity, selling over 35 million records during Heart’s entirety. In 2016, Nancy Wilson was ranked as the eighth-greatest female guitarist of all-time by Gibson.
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