Heart’s NANCY WILSON Releases Title Track From Her Debut Solo Album

Co-founder, guitarist and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Nancy Wilson of Heart recently announced her first EVER solo album, You and Me, due out on May 7, 2021 via Carry On Music. Yesterday, the deeply personal title track, “You and Me,” premiered exclusively with the iHeart radio network in celebration of International Women’s Day. The video, premiering today on Rolling Stone, features Wilson seemingly having an intimate conversation with her late mother and herself.
Of the new song Wilson shared with Rolling Stone, “‘You and Me’ is a zero-gravity conversation with my mom that exists outside of time and space. In the video, I used paneled mirrors to find the camera lens for a more otherworldly feel as if I’m talking to both me and my mom through the connection of our common DNA.”
“You and Me,” as with several of the songs on the album, reunites Wilson with longtime collaborator Sue Ennis, who co-wrote many of Heart’s classics with Nancy, and sister Ann. The song is incredibly moving and personal as it explores the close relationship Wilson shared with her late mother. With the album release on May 7th, this tune would fit perfectly on any Mother’s Day playlist.
The album was recorded primarily in Wilson’s California home studio, working with her longtime collaborators; Dan Walker on keys, Ryan Waters on Guitar, bassist Andy Stoller and Ben Smith on drums plus several special guests also working remotely.  Wilson self-produced the entire project along with assistance from first engineer, Matthew Sabin.

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