September 13, 2018•17 min
Ann Wilson's new solo album 'Immortal' features her interpreting songs from recently passed legends. Ann chats with Jim and Shelli about the relevance of Leslie Gore's '63 hit 'You Don't Own Me' as well as her "greasy, perverted" take on Cream's 'Politican,' her groovy arrangement of 'Life In The Fast Lane' and her radical decision for Gerry Rafferty's 'Baker Street.' Ann and Shelli also reminisce about the brilliant but troubled life of Amy Winehouse. Jim gets Ann to preemptively accept any offer to join Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones for a collaboration (hopefully of the Led Zep variation). Finally Shelli asks the question on everyone's mind: is a Heart reunion with sister Nancy a possibility?