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Ann Wilson Biography

Ann Wilson

Facts of Ann Wilson

Date of Birth: 1950 , June-19
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 7 Inch
Name Shannon De Lima
Nationality Venezuelan
Birth Place/City Venezuela
Ethnicity White
Profession Model
Weight in KG 77kg
Married Yes
Married to Marc Anthony (m. 2014)
Children 1
Education Central Texas College
Online Presence Facebook,Twitter,Wiki
TV Show Neighbours
Net Worth $1 million
Eye Color Dark brown
Hair Color Brown
Body Measurements Unknown
Birth Name Shannon De Lima
Father Ronald Charles Minogue
Mother Carol Jones
Working For Nation Team of England football,Liverpool
Face Color White
Famous for Broadcaster
Divorce N/A
Awards Not Yet
Breast Size 32B
Waist size 23
Hip Size 35
Salary 7.28 million
Tattoo(s) Not Available
Religion Jewish
Neck Size 8.7
Shoe Size 9 (US)
Movies San Andreas
Sisters Wendy
Siblings Dannii Minogue, Brendan Minogue
Girlfriend Amber Smith
Music Group 3LW
Nick Name Shannon
Affair with Chris Martin (2015)
Albums Kylie Christmas
Chest Size Unknown
Boyfriend Chris Martin (2015)
Special Title Miss January 1999
Books Girl Walks into a Bar . . .: Comedy Calamities

Quick Timeline of Ann Wilson

1950 Born in San Diego, California
1970 Joined a local band, White Heart
1976 Released their first album Dreamboat Annie
1977 Released their second album, Little Queen
2006 Began her solo career
1970 Began dating Michael Fisher
1979 Separated with Michael Fisher
1991 Adopted a daughter, Marie
2015 Married to Dean Wetter
2012 Won Walk of Fame
2013 Was introduced into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
2012 Reveled her past struggles

Detail Timeline of Ann Wilson

June 19 , 1950

Born in San Diego, California

She was from upper middle class family. She was born in San Diego, California, United States of America. Her father was a major in the U.S. Marine Corps. The Wilson family moved frequently, due to her father's military career. They lived in Panama and Taiwan before settling in Seattle, Washington, in the early 1960s.

1970

Joined a local band, White Heart

She was shy because of a stutter; Wilson wanted to fulfill her musical dreams. Wilson began her career from a local band, White Heart, in the early 1970s. However, this band changed its name to Hocus Pocus, and then in 1974, to Heart.

 

1976

Released their first album Dreamboat Annie

In 1974, her younger sister Nancy joined Heart and this band shifted to Canada. They recorded their debut album Dreamboat Annie in Vancouver in 1975 and released it in the United States the following year, with "Crazy on You" hitting No. 35 on the US charts. 

 

1977

Released their second album, Little Queen

In 1977, they released their second album, Little Queen, and in 1978, Dog & Butterfly. She also sang the duet "Almost Paradise" with Mike Reno in the movie Footloose from 1984. This song reached number seven on Billboard's Hot 100. 

2006

Began her solo career

Wilson is also a solo artist. In 2006, she started recording her debut solo album, Hope & Glory, produced by Ben Mink, and released by the Rounder (Zoe) Music Group on September 11, 2007. Three singles were released from the project, "Little Problems, Little Lies", "Isolation" and "Immigrant Song".

 

1970

Began dating Michael Fisher

In 1970s, Wilson began dating Michael Fisher, the manager of Heart and her younger sister Nancy was involved with lead guitarist Roger Fisher, Michael's younger brother. They didn't have any children together. They dated each other for a shy of decade.

1979

Separated with Michael Fisher

She dated Michael Fisher for many years. However, in 1979, they finally separated and she later claimed that Michael had fallen in love with another woman and they parted. She claimed that he cheated him and that fade away her belief towards him.

 

1991

Adopted a daughter, Marie

She was in relationship with Michael Fisher, for about a decade. However, he didn't have any children with him. She love children very much but she didn't have any children, so she adopted her daughter Marie in 1991 and her son Dustin in 1998. 

 

April 25 , 2015

Married to Dean Wetter

Wilson finally married on 25 April, 2015. She married Dean Wetter, a multi-generational community developer. This couple dated briefly in the eighties before they activate their relationship years later. They are living happily since then somewhere is United States.

2012

Won Walk of Fame

Wilson has been nominated in various prestigious and also has won some of them. She won Walk of Fame in 2012 for Recording. She shared this award with her sister Nancy and her co-members of her band Heart.

 

2013

Was introduced into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

She received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2013, she was also honored by this prestigious award. She along with her sister Nancy Wilson, were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with the rest of the band Heart in February 2013. 

2012

Reveled her past struggles

Wilson stated her past struggles with cocaine and alcoholism, in the band's 2012 autobiography. She also reveled that stated she has been not drunk since 2009. When she was child, she was bullied for being overweight. She also gained a lot of weight during her early days. 

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In 1970s, Wilson began dating Michael Fisher, the manager of Heart and her younger sister Nancy was involved with lead guitarist Roger Fisher, Michael's younger brother. In 1979, they finally separated and she later claimed that Michael had fallen in love with another woman and they parted. She adopted her daughter Marie in 1991 and her son Dustin in 1998. Wilson finally married on 25 April, 2015. She married Dean Wetter, a multi-generational community developer. This couple dated briefly in the eighties before they activate their relationship years later.

 Wilson began her career from a local band, White Heart, in the early 1970s. However, this band changed its name to Hocus Pocus, and then in 1974, to Heart. The same year, her younger sister Nancy joined Heart and they moved to Canada. They recorded their debut album Dreamboat Annie in Vancouver in 1975 and released it in the United States the following year, with "Crazy on You" hitting No. 35 on the US charts. In 1977, they released their second album, Little Queen, and in 1978, Dog & Butterfly. 

Wilson is also a solo artist. In 2006, she started recording her debut solo album, Hope & Glory, produced by Ben Mink, and released by the Rounder (Zoe) Music Group on September 11, 2007. Three singles were released from the project, "Little Problems, Little Lies", "Isolation" and "Immigrant Song".