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article imageReview: Ann and Nancy Wilson from Heart amaze at Foxwoods Resort Casino Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 4, 2015 in Music
Mashantucket - On July 3, Ann and Nancy Wilson from rock band Heart performed a concert at The Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino.
They began their set with their classic hit "Magic Man" and they immediately broke into "Heartless" and the fan-favorite "What About Love," which was the quintessential rock sing-along.
Ann and Nancy Wilson continued with such vocals as "Kick It Out," "Straight On," "Love Alive," "59 Crunch" and "There's the Girl," showcasing their wide range as recording artists.
They tipped their hat to Elton John with the gorgeous, acoustic ballad "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters," where Nancy Wilson displayed her ethereal vocals, as Ann joined her on harmonies. It was followed by yet another spell-binding vocal, their first Billboard Hot 100 chart-topping single, "These Dreams," which was a breath of fresh air, thanks to Nancy's mellifluous voice and the band's delicate interpretation.
Ann rocked the house by delivering a soaring yet slower version of their power-ballad "Alone," where she hit the high notes effortlessly, and was able to send chills down her fans' spines. Heart continued with "Dear Old America" and an uptempo cover of The Sonics' "The Witch."
They closed with "Crazy on You," where Nancy's acoustic guitar-playing prowess was unparalleled, coupled with Ann's spitfire vocals, and she switched over to electric guitar for "Barracuda," where Ann blew the roof off The Grand Theater.
For their encore, Heart returned to pay homage to Led Zeppelin with such classic rock hits as "Immigrant Song," "No Quarter" and "Misty Mountain Hop."
The Verdict
Overall, Ann and Nancy Wilson from Heart and their band-mates have done it again. They put on another stellar live concert, proving that they are the best rock musicians touring these days. Ann and Nancy interacted well with the audience, and managed to form a strong connection with them for the duration of the concert. Their music was nostalgic, transporting their fans and listeners to different realms. They proved that their 2013 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was based on sheer talent and merit. Their show at Foxwoods Resort Casino garners an A+ rating.
To learn more about Heart and their forthcoming tour dates, check out their official homepage.
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