Heart took a pop detour during the mid-to-late '80s, pulling themselves back from the commercial brink with a slew of glossy ballads that brought the band a brand new audience at the expense of their rock roots.
The Foo Fighters started their week-long residency on 'Late Show With David Letterman' by paying tribute to Black Sabbath, but for their second night, they stayed much closer to home, teaming up with Heart for a rendition of the Seattle legends' 'Kick It Out.'
During the 1970s, I remember staying up late on a Friday night to "The Midnight Special" on NBC-TV. Long before MTV and and the digital age, that show gave us a closer look at some of the top artists of the day, performing live on stage.
Bassist Mark Andes and drummer Denny Carmassi, members of Heart during the band's mid-'80s resurgence, have filed a lawsuit against the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for using their likenesses in promoting the band's 2013 induction -- even though they themselves were not inducted.