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  1. Nancy Wilson ( Chillicothe, Ohio; 20 de febrero de 1937 -Pioneertown, California; 13 de diciembre de 2018) fue una cantante melódica estadounidense que se aproximó a diferentes estilos, tales como el jazz, el R&B, el soul y el pop. Se la considera una de las vocalistas más elegantes y cálidas de la música contemporánea.

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    • 13 de diciembre de 2018 (81 años), Pioneertown (Estados Unidos)
  2. Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson ( San Francisco, California; 16 de marzo de 1954 ), es una guitarrista y cantante estadounidense. Es conocida, junto con su hermana Ann Wilson, como las principales integrantes del grupo Heart . Biografía [ editar] Asistió a la Universidad Pacífico en Oregón y al Cornish College of the Arts en Seattle.

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    Nancy Lamoureux Wilson is an American musician. She rose to fame alongside her older sister Ann as a guitarist and backing vocalist in the rock band Heart. Raised in Bellevue, Washington, Wilson began playing music as a teenager. During college, she joined her sister who had recently become the singer of Heart. The first hard rock band fronted by w...

    Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson was born March 16, 1954, in San Francisco, California, the third and youngest child of John Wilson, and Lois Mary Wilson. She has two older sisters, Lynn and Ann. Both of Wilson's parents were natives of Oregon—her father from Corvallis, and her mother from Oregon City. Her middle name is derived from her grandmother, Beatri...

    Two of the Wilson sisters' friends joined them to form the Wilsons' first music group, The Viewpoints. The Viewpoints were a four-part harmony vocal group. Later that year, Ann purchased her first guitar, a Kent acoustic, with money given to her by her grandmother. Wilson's paren

    During college, Wilson played solo acoustic shows at student unions, performing covers of Joni Mitchell and Paul Simon songs, as well as occasional originals. Wilson's sister, Ann was an acquaintance of guitarist Roger Fisher and bass player Steve Fossen when she answered their a

    Heart's fifth album, Bébé le Strange, was released on Valentine's Day 1980. The band's sixth album, Private Audition, was released in June 1982 and sold only 400,000 copies; it peaked at number 25 on Billboard. After their series of platinum and gold albums, this was ...

    Wilson dated bandmates Roger Fisher and Michael Derosier during the early years of Heart. In 1981, Wilson's friend Kelly Curtis introduced her to screenwriter Cameron Crowe; Wilson married him on July 27, 1986. After numerous failed fertility treatments, Wilson and Crowe conceived via an egg donor and surrogate, and the surrogate gave birth to twin...

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    Nancy Sue Wilson was an American singer and actress whose career spanned over five decades, from the mid-1950s until her retirement in the early 2010s. She was especially notable for her single " How Glad I Am" and her version of the standard "Guess Who I Saw Today". Wilson recorded more than 70 albums and won three Grammy Awards for her work. Duri...

    Nancy Wilson was born on February 20, 1937 in Chillicothe, Ohio, to Olden Wilson, an iron foundry worker, and Lillian Ryan. Wilson attended Burnside Heights Elementary School and developed her singing skills by participating in church choirs. She attended West High School in Columbus, Ohio where she won a talent contest and was rewarded with a role...

    When Wilson met Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, he suggested she move to New York City for career opportunities. In 1959, she moved to New York to try to hire Adderley's manager and get a contract with Capitol Records. Within four weeks of her arrival in New York she got her first big break, a call to fill in for Irene Reid at "The Blue Morocco". The...

    In 1964, Wilson won her first Grammy Award for the best rhythm and blues recording for the album How Glad I Am. She was featured as a "grand diva" of jazz in a 1992 edition of Essence. In the same year, she also received the Whitney Young Jr. Award from the Urban League. In 1998, she was a recipient of the Playboy Reader Poll Award for best jazz vo...

    Wilson married her first husband, drummer Kenny Dennis, in 1960. They had a son Kenneth Dennis Jr., but by 1970 they divorced. On May 22, 1973, Wilson married a Presbyterian minister, Reverend Wiley Burton, within a month of meeting. She gave birth to Samantha Burton in 1975, and the couple adopted Sheryl Burton in 1976. As a result of her marriage...

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    Jazz singer Nancy Wilson, a three-time Grammy Award-winner, was born on February 20, 1937 in Chillicothe, Ohio to iron-worker Olden Wilson and the former Lillian Ryan, who worked as a domestic servant. Nancy was the first of six children. Her father's love of music and the records he played at home were a huge influence on Nancy as a young girl. Sh...

    She won a TV-talent show when she 15, and began appearing regularly on the Tv show \\"Skyline Melodies\\" while still in high school. She began working in night clubs at that same age. After graduating from high school, the 17-year old Nancy matriculated for one year at Ohio's Central State College (now Central State University) before dropping out a...

    Her records were successful, and Capitol issued five Nancy Wilson albums in two years. Initially focusing on rhythm and blues, under Adderley's influence, she moved away from R&B and embraced jazz and torch songs. Their 1962 collaboration \\"Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley\\" helped propel her to the top, and she had her breakout hit, \\"Tell Me ...

    Her 1964 song \\"(You Don't Know) How Glad I Am\\" reached #11 on Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart. Eventually, she charted 11 songs in the Hot 100. Nancy also placed four albums in Billboard's Top LP charts between March 1964 and June 1965.

    In addition to singing, Nancy Wilson also is an actress. She made numerous appearances on American TV. She also made a one-off appearance on the BBC with The Nancy Wilson Show (1966) in 1966 that was turned into a soundtrack album.

    Nancy was married twice, to drummer Kenny Dennis from 1960-70. They had one child. She married the Presbyterian minister Wiley Burton in 1973. Married 35 years until his death in 2008, they had two children.

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    • February 20, 1937 in Chillicothe, Ohio, USA
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    Nancy Wilson was born in San Francisco, California and joined her sister Ann Wilson in the Seattle, Washington based hard rock-band Heart in the early-seventies. She sang lead vocals on the number one-hit "These Dreams" and on the top-twenty hit "Stranded".

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    Nancy Wilson. 141,663 likes · 1,619 talking about this. Nancy Wilson is celebrated as a seminal musician in rock ‘n’ roll history. "The Rising," is out now!

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