Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Ann and Nancy Wilson of the band Heart have not lost a beat in the decades they've been in the music business.
From the driving guitar riffs and breathtaking vocals that made the group of one the dominant rock groups of the '70s, the Wilson sisters remained as tough as they ever were when they took the stage Tuesday at Klipsch Music Center.
Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience opened.
After an audience-rousing set including hits such as "Magic Man," "Barracuda," "Dog and Butterfly" and "Crazy on You," Heart joined Bonham's crew for a spot-on series of Zeppelin covers. With Ann's voice often a dead-ringer for Robert Plant, the group mastered renditions of Zeppelin favorites, including "The Immigrant Song," "The Rain Song" and "Communication Breakdown." The evening culminated with a flawless "Stairway to Heaven."