By Angie Martoccio
Source: Rolling Stone
The singer will launch the tour at New Jersey’s Bergen PAC on April 30th, followed by stops along the East Coast — including an evening at Atlantic City’s Hard Rock on May 9th. After wrapping up in Northfield, Ohio, on May 21st, she’ll appear at California’s Mid-State Fair festival a month later.
Heart’s extensive 2019 tour marked the end of the Ann and Nancy Wilson’s three-year hiatus after splitting in 2016. Several musicians appeared along the trek, including Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Sheryl Crow, Brandi Carlile and Elle King.
Wilson released Immortals, an album of covers by deceased rock stars, in 2018. “I got serious about making a record after Chris Cornell passed,” Wilson told Rolling Stone. “It was just one too many for me to not do anything. All of these people seemed to just get up and leave all at once — David Bowie, Tom Petty, Leonard Cohen, George Michael, Lesley Gore and others whose songs I really admired.”