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About Lovemongers

The Wilson sisters branch out a bit from the bombastic power balladry of Heart's last few records in this, their current side project. Lovemongers began as a tribute band and has evolved into an acceptable avenue for the duo to stretch out and experiment a bit, but also it affords them an opportunity to return to the Folk-Rock leanings of their earliest recordings. While none of this material rocks in the way "Barracuda" does, the songs are exceptionally strong and will please fans of their work.

Listen toLovemongerson Rhapsody

The Wilson sisters branch out a bit from the bombastic power balladry of Heart's last few records in this, their current side project. Lovemongers began as a tribute band and has evolved into an acceptable avenue for the duo to stretch out and experiment a bit, but also it affords them an opportunity to return to the Folk-Rock leanings of their earliest recordings. While none of this material rocks in the way "Barracuda" does, the songs are exceptionally strong and will please fans of their work.

About Lovemongers

The Wilson sisters branch out a bit from the bombastic power balladry of Heart's last few records in this, their current side project. Lovemongers began as a tribute band and has evolved into an acceptable avenue for the duo to stretch out and experiment a bit, but also it affords them an opportunity to return to the Folk-Rock leanings of their earliest recordings. While none of this material rocks in the way "Barracuda" does, the songs are exceptionally strong and will please fans of their work.

About Lovemongers

The Wilson sisters branch out a bit from the bombastic power balladry of Heart's last few records in this, their current side project. Lovemongers began as a tribute band and has evolved into an acceptable avenue for the duo to stretch out and experiment a bit, but also it affords them an opportunity to return to the Folk-Rock leanings of their earliest recordings. While none of this material rocks in the way "Barracuda" does, the songs are exceptionally strong and will please fans of their work.