Heart's Ann Wilson Plots Solo Album to Honor Fallen Artists

January 11, 2018
By Scott T. Sterling Ann Wilson is paying her respects. The lead singer of classic rock band Heart has revealed that she is working on a new solo project honoring musicians that have passed. Related: Ann Wilson Pays Tribute to Chris Cornell with Soundgarden Cover "There are a lot of changes in the works," Wilson shared on social media. "I am most excited about the recording endeavor we have just begun that has a working title, 'PDG' (project dead guys). It's a project very dear to me -- a collection of songs by artists who have departed in the last several years: Leonard Cohen, David Bowie, Tom Petty, and Chris Cornell to name a few. "To honor these great artists is my deepest pleasure and Mike Flicker (Original Heart producer; Dreamboat Annie, Magazine, Little Queen, Dog and Butterfly, & Bebe le Strange etc.) is working with me on this new record. It is thrilling work and I can't wait for you to hear what we are doing!" The singer goes on to mention a handful of recently revealed solo tour dates, which kick off Jan. 12 in Charenton, LA. See the full post below.

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