Update June 28th 2014: these three shows are now CONFIRMED*
Check the screengrab with Heart headlining a three date mini tour in January 2015:
“We are excited to announce the 2015 Summer Concert Tour line up, with it being the first time that both Heart and Foreigner have toured throughout our beautiful country,” says Amanda Calvert, CEO of Greenstone Entertainment.
“These three legendry artists together, bring a huge song list and will have everyone rocking throughout the day. Once again tickets are under $100 for an amazing day’s entertainment.”
* heartlinker.nl will only report concerts as confirmed when they are posted by Heart or their management. Even when venues or promotors have dates listed.
Heart – Let Me Roll It – Live – Paul McCartney Cover – Montreal June 14th 2014
Thanx to mojoeric for the upload!
And here’s the 2014 version of Heart ft. Jason Bonham:
Montreal Gazette: “After an intermission, they returned for an eight-song, 50-minute set made up exclusively of Led Zeppelin songs” “Robert Plant would have raised an eyebrow. The singer, in fact, could only have concluded that the legacy of his Zep work couldn’t be in better hands than Wilson’s.” “The highlights of the opening set were, perhaps, the unexpected ones: the obscure, but fascinating, labyrinthine epic Heaven [from "Alive in Seattle! TDHS], with its fascinating shifts from trad-folk drone to prog-rock drama, and an excitedly-received and remarkably faithful version of Paul McCartney’s Let Me Roll It.”
3. What About Love
4. Bebe Le Strange
5. Kick It Out
6. Even It Up
7. Straight On
8. Let Me Roll It
10. These Dreams
13. Dear Old America
14. Crazy On You
Led Zeppelin set:
15. The Battle of Evermore
16. Four Sticks
17. No Quarter
18. The Ocean
19. Immigrant Song
21. The Rain Song
22. Stairway to Heaven
“The Wilsons and their crack band played a standard 75-minute opening set that included their best-loved songs (with the notable exception of Magic Man), and which also included guitarist Nancy Wilson singing lead on a terrific cover of Paul McCartney’s Let Me Roll It. “I learnt the song today,” Nancy said from the stage.
The first standing ovation was for the band’s 1987 massive Number 1 hit Alone. Other highlights – despite the Bell Centre’s typically bad acoustics – were the epic Heaven (never released on a studio album) and the set-closer, Crazy on You, with 60-year-old Nancy Wilson working her trademark cross-legged jump and kick moves like a rocker half her age.” More from this review
Ann about Nancy: So that all came to a head in the 90’s where she turned to me and said, “You know I’m just not going to do this, I need a break, I’m out. It’s not meaningful for me.” And so that was not only about the band, that was about our relationship. It went really deep. At that moment, I just felt like, “What am I going to do, she’s gone.“
For It’s About The Words & Conversations, Ann lovingly discusses her relationship with Nancy, how Hermann Hesse’s Siddhartha has played a significant role throughout her life and how it helped at a time when Nancy moved in a different direction. Lots more at It’s About the Words & Conversations…