An American lead vocalist and flautist.
Ann Wilson was born in San Diego, California and is the lead singer and flute player of "Heart".
Wilson turned to music, and in the early 1970s she joined a local band, Whiteheart, which, in 1974, changed its name to Heart.
Her younger sister Nancy joined the group in 1974. The band moved to Canada and cut their first album "Dreamboat Annie" in Vancouver in 1975.
In 2006, Ann began recording her first solo album, "Hope & Glory", produced by Ben Mink, and released by the Rounder (Zoe) Music Group on September 11, 2007.
"Hope & Glory" features guest appearances from Elton John, K.D.Lang, Alison Krauss, Gretchen Wilson, Shawn Colvin, Rufus Wainwright, Wynonna Judd and Deana Carter. Ann's sister, Nancy, also contributed.