Ann Wilson Joins Gov’t Mule For Zeppelin, Petty Covers

CLARKSTON, MI – JULY 31: Ann Wilson of Heart performs at DTE Energy Music Theater on July 31, 2018 in Clarkston, Michigan. (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images).

Heart singer Ann Wilson joined Gov’t Mule onstage for a couple of cover tunes at a recent gig. Wilson joined the band at a show in New Haven, Connecticut, covering three Led Zeppelin classics: “Immigrant Song”, “Black Dog”, and “No Quarter”. 

The band then launched into Tom Petty’s “Luna” before having Ann sing one of her own songs, Heart’s “Magic Man”.

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