HEART: Could the Wilson sisters get back together in 2018?
The strain between Ann and Nancy Wilson -- stemming from Ann's husband's assault on Nancy's two children last year -- seems to be healing. Nancy recently told KSWD in Los Angeles that Heart may get back together for a tour next summer.
Nancy Wilson on the future of Heart:
"There's been some time that needed to go by and from different projects that kind of help us heal individually, but there's an offer on the table for summer 2018, and I think we're probably gonna be doing that. That's gonna be a perfect timing for Heart to sort of reunite and that's what I'm laying my bets on."
In April, Ann's husband, Dean Wetter, was sentenced to two years' unsupervised probation as part of a plea deal that included a number of other stipulations. Wetter was charged with two counts of assault against Nancy’s two 16-year-old sons in an altercation regarding access to Ann’s tour bus at an August 2016 Heart concert outside Seattle.
STEPHEN STILLS: Rock 'n roll icon has a busy summer and fall
Stephen Stills and Judy Collins have taken the wraps off their upcoming album.
The former couple have titled it Stills and Collins and will release it on September 22nd.
They revisited a handful of songs they'd previously recorded, such as "Who Knows Where the Time Goes," the title track of Judy's 1968 album and the first song they ever did together. They also cut Bob Dylan's "Girl From the North Country," Leonard Cohen's "Everybody Knows" and The Traveling Wilburys' "Handle With Care." Judy also wrote a new song for the album, "River of Gold."
The duo will kick off a tour on July 26th in Highland Park, Illinois and be out through November 4th in Brooks, California.