Ann Wilson
Ann Wilson
Celebrated Name: Ann Wilson
Real Name/Full Name: Ann Dustin Wilson
Gender: Female
Age: 70 years old
Birth Date: 19 June 1950
Birth Place: San Diego, California, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.7 m
Weight: 56 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Husband/Spouse
(Name):
Dean Wetter (m. 2015)
Children: Yes (John Dustin Wilson, Marie Wilson)
Dating/Boyfriend
(Name):
N/A
Profession: Musician
Net Worth in 2020: $20 million
Last Updated: September 2020

Ann Wilson is one of the most well-known female rock singers. She is also is the lead singer of the hard rock band Heart, besides being its songwriter. She was once listed as one of the Top Heavy Metal Vocalists of All Time. She is known for her soprano voice. She also plays flute and guitar and a few other instruments. With a career in music that started way back in the 1970s, she has accumulated enough wealth to give rise to curiosity and speculation on her net worth.

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Early Life

Ann was born to John and Lou on 19 June 1950 in California, in San Diego. Her full name is Ann Dustin Wilson. Her father John Wilson served in the United States Marine Corps as Major. John Wilson’s work assignments made them live in several places that had military family stations, such as Taiwan and Panama. Afterward, they settled in Seattle in the 1960s.

She has an elder sister Lynn and a younger sister Nancy. Nancy is also a famous singer and part of the same band, Heart. Her father John was also interested in singing and music, while her mother Lou performed as a pianist in concerts and also sang in the choir. The Wilson family turned their living room into a concert hall every Sunday.

Ann Wilson passed High School at Sammamish, in 1968. In 1970, she got into a musical band called White Heart. Later, the band changed its name to Hocus Pocus. In 1974, the band came to be known as Heart.

Personal Life

During the early 1970s, Ann Wilson was in a relationship with Michael Fisher, the manager of the band Heart. Their relationships ended in 1979. Wilson adopted a baby girl Marie in 1991. Later in 1998, she adopted a baby boy Dustin. Ann Wilson married Dean Wetter, a community developer in 2015. They had known each other since the 1980s.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 19 June 1950, Ann Wilson is 70 years old as of today’s date 20th September 2020. Her height is 1.7 m tall, and her weight is 56 kg.

Career

In 1973, Nancy, who was Ann’s younger sister, also joined Heart. The band relocated itself in Canada. In 1975 in Vancouver, their debut album Dreamboat Annie was recorded. This became very popular even in the U.S. Later on, Little Queen was released. Subsequently, Dog and Butterfly were released.

The songs featured on the hit list, and they climbed the popularity charts. The band had its next album Footloose, which was released in 1984. One of the songs, Almost Paradise, reached #7 in Billboard List.

In 1992, Wilson appeared with other groups and sang three numbers. In the mid-1990s, both the sisters Ann and Nancy opened a recording studio in Seattle. They named it Bad Animals. They also formed a band and called it the Lovemongers. Whirlygig was the debut album of this band.

In 2007, Wilson released her first solo album. It was titled, Hope and Glory. It featured several appearances from many celebrities like Elton John and others. She also performed on-stage for several concerts in Las Vegas.

In 2012, In Arlington, football games were held on Thanksgiving Day at Cowboys Stadium. There Ann sang an original arrangement of The Star-Spangled Banner. In 2015 Ann released her first digital EP. This was named The Ann Wilson Thing. She also announced a solo tour to promote it. She later released her second digital EP titled focus.

2017 saw the release of her first feature film. It was aptly titled Ann Wilson In Focus. It contained interviews and snippets from the Ann Wilson of Heart tours. These included her performances of twenty songs.

Awards & Achievement

In 2012, in recognition of her contributions, Ann Wilson received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She has also been honored as Best Female Metal Vocalists of All Time.

Net Worth & Salary of Ann Wilson in 2020

Ann Wilson Net Worth 2019Ann Wilson has been in the music industry since 1970. Her records had been sold in millions. She has also appeared in several live shows, concerts and performed on tours. Along with her sister Nancy she was the main vocalist in the rock band Heart, which rocked Canada and the US in the late 1970s. Her accumulated wealth and investments have turned into a huge pile. As of September 2020, she has an estimated net worth of $20 million.

Ann Wilson, with her music, has entertained several generations beginning from the ‘Hippies’ age of the 1970s. Despite suffering from a lifelong weight battle and taking the stress to look slimmer, she has performed on stage to the roar and crescendo of screaming fans and audience. Regarded as the best female vocalist in rock music, she has contributed her best in hard, folk, and pop-rock.

2 COMMENTS

  1. of all the things one could say to describe ann and nancy Wilson that everybody used I would have to say one word “simple” they are simply the best two female artist bar none besides their beauty and style their voices are without compare. the range and talent and delivery they give at any of their performances has no equal. many come close and many have tried but the Wilson sisters are above all the rest. as they get older they only get better and if possible more beautiful each day. the music industry has many voices and many people but these two ladies stand above and beyond. one of gods greatest gifts to the music world.

  2. Heart ❤️ was the soundtrack of my life. I was 16 when Dreamboat Annie came out, and saw every tour from LittleQueen on. Due to health I haven’t seen them “Live” since 2002, and had to suffice with DVDs. I am glad they are performing still and wish them all the best.

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