iHeartRadio ICONS with Ann Wilson: How To Stream

In September 2018, Heart's Ann Wilson released her solo album, Immortal, in which she covers late music icons who have passed away like David Bowie, Amy Winehouse, Tom Petty and more, but Wilson herself is an icon. And the rock star will be celebrating her career, as well as Immortal, during her exclusive iHeartRadio ICONS show in New York City on February 13th.

Immortal features songs like Eagles' "Life in the Fast Lane," Audioslave's "I Am the Highway," Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black," Tom Petty's "Luna" and more. In a statement, Wilson said of her album, "It’s not a tribute, but rather a chance for me to honor these great artists….to thank them for their messages they left while they lived." She added, "It has been a wonderful experience for me because I'm not only singing, but directing, too. I was able to see the project grow from an idea to a finished song, with no compromises to the original vision. My team and I did not hold back, and you can expect the unexpected on the tracks. The album is a collection of songs by artists who have departed in the last several years: David Bowie, Chris Cornell, Tom Petty, Glen Frey, and Amy Winehouse to name a few. These artists may have left their bodies, but their souls and craft live on today."

Hosted by Jim Kerr, iHeartRadio ICONS with Ann Wilson will feature a special live performance and exclusive interview for fans in the intimate iHeartRadio Theater, as well as all those watching live at home.

How To Stream The Concert

Fans can tune in free for a video stream of the exclusive iHeartRadio ICONS with Ann Wilson via iHeartRadio's official YouTube channel and iHeartRadio.com/annwilson on Wednesday, February 13th at 7pm ET/4pm ET.

Get pumped for Ann Wilson's exclusive show by checking out some of her Immortal songs on iHeartRadio below.

"You Don't Own Me"

 

"Life In the Fast Lane"

 

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