Heart's Nancy Wilson to Debut New Side Project
Heart guitarist Nancy Wilson has a new side project called Roadcase Royale, and the project will have its debut live performance at the upcoming, fifth annual Rock Against MS Benefit Concert & Award Show. The event, which is organized by the Rock Against MS Foundation, is set for March 25 at the Los Angeles Theatre in Los Angeles and will help raise awareness about multiple sclerosis and money to help people with the disease.
Other artists who will appear at the fundraiser, according to the foundation’s official Facebook page, include original Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler; former Guns N’ Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke; Alice in Chains bass player Mike Inez; and former Ozzy Osbourne, Quiet Riot and Whitesnake bass player Rudy Sarzo.
For more information, visit RockAgainstMS.org.
The 2017 Rock Against MS Benefit also will honor late comedian Richard Pryor, who suffered frommultiple sclerosis before passing away in 2005.
Roadcase Royale also includes Liv Warfield, former backing singer for Prince’s band The New Power Generation, guitarist Ryan Waters and three of Wilson’s Heart band mates, keyboardist Chris Joyner, drummer Ben Smith and bass player Dan Rothchild.