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The honor was presented by long time Heart friend and fan Jerry Cantrell, who spoke about the Wilson sisters' support and influence on him. "I'm just really honored to be asked," he told Spinner. "We've had a long history of friendship and supporting each other. And even before I met them ... being from Seattle, having a band from your town be that badass was something to shoot for."
Both Ann and Nanxcy took a moment to reflect on some of the Heart songs that have endured best, and, well, not-so-well, for them. "Songs like 'Dog and Butterfly' have a poetic balance that people still really respond to," Nancy said. "It was well-crafted and still emotionally accurate. Other songs, now, feel like, 'Oh no, that's so teenage,' or 'Oh, I was so screwed up in my 20's or 30's.'"
Lest we forget the classic. "I like 'Barracuda' still," Ann said. "That song was written in anger, and it captured a lot of rage. When we play it now, it still has that edge."