Nancy Wilson of Heart, Opinions on Art d’Ecco & Marianne Faithfull


For decades, Heart’s Nancy Wilson has been connecting with audiences through her masterful guitar playing and spot-on harmony vocals. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk with her about her illustrious career and her debut studio solo album. Plus, they review new records from Art d’Ecco and Marianne Faithfull. 

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Jim and Greg review the new album from legendary British singer Marianne Faithfull, She Walks In Beauty. It’s a collection of romantic poems set to soundscapes created by collaborators like Warren Ellis and Brian Eno.

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The hosts share their opinions on the new album by glam rocker Art d’Ecco In Standard Definition.

Nancy Wilson


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Greg and Jim interview Nancy Wilson of Heart about her first solo album and her long and storied career. They cover the audition process she went through to join the band, their hair metal 1980s and the possibility of a Heart biopic.

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