Majestic Theatre | Dallas, Texas
Kicking off an incredible solo North American tour, Ann Wilson of 70's rock band, Heart and Tripsitter, her brand new backing band. Known for her incredible voice, she will thrill audiences at the iconic Majestic Theatre in Dallas when she passes through on Sunday, September 24, 2023, and with a whole new dimension to the artist, fans can expect a high-energy show full of all the things that made her so wonderful in the first place plus a whole bunch more. No one in their right mind is going to want to miss out on any of this incredible performance. You probably already know this, but just in case you don't, tickets to Ann Wilson and Tripsitter are already in huge demand, so act now and grab them right here before they run out. Clicking the "GET TICKETS" button is the fastest and easiest way to secure your spot. Act now!!
Ann Wilson of Heart is one of the best rock vocalists around. Heart were the first female fronted band and released several albums from the early '70s until 2016, when they went on a hiatus. Drawn to the bluesy, rootsy sound, Wilson formed a new band called Tripsitter in 2019 to explore a different part of her musical personality. The new band consists of Ryan Wariner (bass), Tony Lucido and Paul Moak (guitar and keyboards), and Sean Lane (Drums).
The 72 year old icon recently released her third critically acclaimed solo album, "Fierce Bliss." The album is a stunning collection of original songs as well as some choice covers. Showcasing why she has been so successful, the recording with her incredible vocals still sounds like we're still in the 70s; yes, it's that good!!!
Wilson and her new band are currently working on a brand new album, so this tour will be an exciting prelude. The barrier-breaking frontwoman was also recently nominated early this year for an induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, which shouldn't come as a surprise; she is, after all, among the greatest singers in rock. She has been around for over five decades and has earned over 35 million record sales, a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, and an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Defying genres and still breaking boundaries, she recently lent her voice to country singer Dolly Parton's new rock song and sang a duet with Disturbed's David Draiman on the song, "Don't Tell Me." Despite her age, she still carries on with the verve of a much younger person and shows no signs of slowing down.
Ann Wilson's 18-date tour will start on July 7 in Toronto and make its way to Syracuse, New York, on August 30. This is your opportunity to witness this incredible performance, so don't let it slip through your fingers. Grab them while you still can, because the rest of the fans are already salivating at the mouth with anticipation to get to the show.