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On the Road: Sisters Doin’ It For Themselves

WHEN LEGENDARY ROCK DUO HEART hits the road this summer for its Love Alive Tour, Ann and Nancy Wilson will expand their sisterhood. A lineup of opening acts and special guests comprising all women, including Sheryl Crow, Brandi Carlile, and Elle King will join the reunited Rock & Roll Hall of Famers.

Hearteningly, says Ann Wilson, the female-centric bill was not a conscious choice. “The fact that we ended up with all female artists

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