Ann Wilson Week: Immigrant Song

(antiMusic) Heart frontwoman Ann Wilson is releasing her very first solo album, Hope and Glory, next week. The album not only showcases Ann's amazing talent but she also got a little help from her friends including Elton John, Gretchen Wilson, Alison Krauss, Rufus Wainwright, and of course her sister Nancy. This week we get a little preview with Ann telling us a little bit about a few of the tracks on the CD. Here is Ann with today's song: Immigrant Song

My love of Led Zeppelin is very much a matter of public record. Have I heard from the guys yet? No, and as Helen Mirren said when she was asked about the Queen seeing The Queen, I don't think we'll ever really know what they think of this. If you're going to re-record a Zeppelin song, I think you have to reinvent it and that's where Ben Mink just shone. Ben said, "Why don't we just start you out like Yma Sumac and take the song way, way North African?" Our version starts a little like a little dot on the horizon, but by the time it's done you've been overrun by all the barbarians. - Preview a couple tracks off the CD, grab tour dates and more right here!

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