The Fabulous Forum was bustling with punk-rock anthems and classic rock hits Tuesday night thanks to punk-rock queen Joan Jett & the Blackhearts and the sister duo, vocal powerhouses Ann and Nancy Wilson, of Heart. The “Rock Hall Three For All” summer tour brought Jett, Heart, and Cheap Trick to Inglewood.
Joan Jett kicked off her set with fan favorite “Bad Reputation,” followed by a cover of “Cherry Bomb” from her former band, The Runaways. Highlights of Jett’s performance include 2013 single “TMI,” “Do You Want To Touch,” and her memorable covers of “I Love Rock ‘N Roll” and “Crimson and Clover.” Before performing ’80s single “Fake Friends,” Jett described the song was influenced by losing friends when they no longer benefited from her success.
“TMI (Too Much Information)” by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts.
Heart treated fans to performances of “Two” and “Beautiful Broken” off their newest album Beautiful Broken, released in July. When discussing the inspiration behind the single “Beautiful Broken,” Ann Wilson shared that she believes “some of the best people in life are nuts.” The multi-talented sister act performed several popular hits, among them were “Magic Man,” which was absent from their last tour, and “Barracuda.”
“Two” off new Heart album, Beautiful Broken.
Heart closed the night, much to the audience’s excitement, with two Led Zeppelin covers, “Immigrant Song” and their famously lauded rendition of “Stairway to Heaven.”
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