Heart’s Ann Wilson recently had a conversation with SiriusXM’s Eddie Trunk where he opened up about Heart’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame from 2013 and said he has no regrets about this experience.
About it, Wilson said:
“(Stylistic difference) was the most unusual part for me, going in and playing ‘Crazy on You’ with this up-down, left-right type of feeling to it.
”But I think it was a good thing to do because those people (the classic lineup) are all still living, and it meant so much to them to be included. And so it worked out fine. It worked out great.”
The induction ceremony marked Heart’s reunion with the original lineup after 30 years of gap, where the two sisters, Ann and Nancy Wilson performed along with Roger Fisher, Steve Fossen, and Michael DeRosier. About the ceremony show with the original lineup, Ann Wilson said:
“We got together with them the day before and did an offsite rehearsal. And it was very strange playing with them again because they’re very white.
”They’re very up and down, left and right. There’s no swing factor.”