Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson delivered a whole-hearted performance for Heart fanatics at Orange County Fair last week.
"This is an opportunity for us all to pour our hearts out together," Ann Wilson said to the nearly filled Pacific Amphitheatre on Thursday.
In 90 minutes, the sisters played a 15-song set that celebrated more than four decades of rich musical history. The duo was accompanied by a high-caliber backing band, who authentically re-created the group's classic rock staples.
In addition to the lineup of greatest hits, Heart included a cover and four new songs from its new album, "Fanatic," set for release Oct. 2.
Heart opened the show with the hard rock album's title track.
As the stadium lights dimmed, the guitar's sitar-like drones captivated the effervescent crowd.
During the opening moments, Ann Wilson, who turned 62 in June, left the audience awestruck as she unleashed a powerhouse vocal performance. She is undeniably a force to be reckoned with, the ultimate archetype for female rock singers.