Ann Wilson is born in San Diego, California.
Nancy Wilson is born in San Francisco, California.
Ann and Nancy Wilson see The Beatles perform at the Seattle Center Coliseum. It has a huge impact on their desire to become musicians.
Ann Wilson joins the band Hocus Pocus as a flautist and vocalist.
Nancy Wilson joins her sister in the band, which is now called Heart and is based in Vancouver.
Heart releases its first album, "Dreamboat Annie." It includes two singles, "Crazy on You" and "Magic Man."
Heart releases "Little Queen". The album includes the single "Barracuda," which reaches Number 11. The LP goes to Number Nine on the charts.
Heart appears on the cover of "Rolling Stone".
Heart releases the album "Bebe le Strange." It reaches Number Five on the charts.
Heart releases the album "Heart". It becomes the band's first album to reach Number One on the charts.
Heart releases "Jupiter's Darling." It is the group's first studio album since 1993.
Heart is honored at the second- annual "VH-1 Rock Honors" show.
Heart releases "Red Velvet Car." It reaches Number 10, becoming the group's first Top 10 album in 20 years.