Concert Review: Tulsa

Scott Smith from published a review of the Heart show in Tulsa on Tuesday night!

Here's an excerpt about the show:

"Anyone doubting that founding sisters Ann (vocals) and Nancy Wilson (guitar, vocals) belong in the Hall would have had their sour-puss views crushed at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Okla. on Sept. 20. Opening for Def Leppard, Heart became an uncaged animal in front of more than 14,000 fans, offering up thumping takes of "Heartless," "WTF," "Barracuda" and the galloping "Magic Man."

Nancy Wilson first emerged from the backstage curtain with an orange, vintage-looking guitar, as Ann Wilson, dressed in black from head to toe, gripped her microphone stand. Five seconds later, drummer Ben Smith pounded out the percussive intro to Led Zeppelin’s "Rock and Roll." Like Heart did back in 1980, they took the Zeppelin classic and made it their own via Ann Wilson’s still-impressive wail and Heart’s pumped-up, down-and-dirty playing."


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