In order to maintain a sense of home no matter where in the world they were residing, the Wilsons turned to music. There was everything from classical music to Ray Charles, Judy Garland, Peggy Lee, bossa nova and early experimental electronic music."During the spring of 1963, when Ann Wilson was 12 years old, she fell ill with mononucleosis and had to miss several months of school.
Maybe just a bit in the '80s, where we had to wonder where our artistic integrity had gone, but we're old-fashioned rebels." because I was busy falling in love and not totally on deck with all of the decision-making and songwriting.
Ann Wilson's powerful vocals scored several hits for Heart in the '70s, including "Crazy on You," from the band's debut album, .
Heart's popularity waned and then made a comeback in the mid-1980s with singles like "What About Love" and "Nothin' At All." She continues to play music, launching her solo project The Ann Wilson Thing! Ann Dustin Wilson was born on June 19, 1950, in San Diego, California. Ann Wilson's younger sister, Nancy, four years her junior, would later join her sibling to play in the band Heart.
Heart frontwoman Ann Wilson has married, to a man who — in her wilder days — she tried, and failed, to get between the sheets. Ann also has two kids, who she adopted in the 1990s — Marie in 1991 and Dustin in 1998. As for Wilson’s dress, the singer rocked purple lace ensemble by Anthony Sartino, a friend — shoes were by Giuseppe Zanotti. described it as “2-carat white diamond set in a platinum band, and rose-cut white diamonds set in white-gold briolette earrings by Rose de France.” The most important deet, however, are the sweets — wedding guests got to eat a three-tiered cake from Sweet Lady Jane.
That’s because Ann’s new husband Dean Wetter was, and is, a gentleman, she told “Dean and I first met in the ’80s and went on a date where we both got smashed and I tried to seduce him. Years passed, we got back in touch after we had both grown up, and Pow!