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Heart with Brynn Marie - Hard Rock Live, Hollywood - November 9

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Would Coral Springs resident and pudgy-love-buns-forever heir to the Led Zep helm Jason Bonham join the crew for an encore? No. But people certainly thought it'd be a repeat of tours of yesteryear. Not a bad angle, but this is exactly the kind of rampant thought processes that occur when you open with your biggest hit.

But, way to go Wilson sisters.

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You've not only given the most evenly-paced concert set list experienced at the Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood this season; a career-encompassing (as far as fans are concerned) gig filled up front with all the hits and plenty of nuanced pitches that kept them fresh. No, you've taken the encores for closing with a triple-punch of Zep's "Immigrant Song," "Mistral Song," and another Zep favorite, "Misty Mountain Hop."

Many Heart fans will split between Ann's belted from the midsection bangers and Nancy's ethereal poems. But in the end, Heart has been a little on the schizophrenic tip when it comes to performing live, but last night's show was proof positive of their enduring hold on pop music's sensibility.

And that's exactly why they can fly into the sun. And live the very next day to sing to us about the scalding beauties of its excess.

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