Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications; US AU Ann Wilson joined the band in Seattle in 1970. As the faces of the rock band Heart, Nancy Wilson and her sister Ann were pioneers. History 1973–1995. On these early tracks Heart sounds like a fully formed band already, not a baby band figuring it out. Heart is rock band which started in Seattle in the 1960s. Albums Studio albums. Heart discography; Studio albums: 16: Live albums: 9: Compilation albums: 9: Music videos: 35: Singles: 64: The discography of the American rock band Heart consists of 16 studio albums, nine live albums, nine compilation albums, 64 singles and 35 music videos. Heart is a rock band which started in Seattle in the 1960s. Heart was started by Steve Fossen and brothers Roger and Mike Fisher in Seattle. Wilson's younger sister Nancy joined Heart in 1974, bringing to the band her virtuosic acoustic guitar skills. Heart was started by Steve Fossen and brothers Roger and Mike Fisher in Seattle. Ann Wilson joined the band in Seattle in 1970. Heart evolved from the earlier band the Army, which featured guitarist Roger Fisher, bassist Steve Fossen and drummer Mike Fisher (Roger's brother). Nancy Wilson joined the band in 1974. Mid-'70s hits like Crazy On You, Magic Man, and Barracuda made Heart, if not the first hard rock band fronted by women, then the first commercially successful one. We put in a lot of miles before we made a record. It became famous with the release of "Dreamboat Annie" in 1975-6 when the band-members were living in Vancouver. Nancy Wilson joined the band in 1974. All the singles and albums of HEART, peak chart positions, career stats, week-by-week chart runs and latest news. Heart quickly established a reputation as one of the best new bands in Canada. Nancy generally shared songwriting duties with her sister and other band members, sang backing vocals and played rhythm guitar. They have sold about 35 million records worldwide. It became famous with the release of "Dreamboat Annie" in 1976 when the band-members were living in Vancouver. The group went through a number of lineup changes in its early years, as well as changing its name to White Heart (also sometimes credited simply as Heart) and later Hocus Pocus.