Although the demo had not become a hit, a second single "Magic Man" b/w "How Deep it Goes" was released and was first picked up for radio play by CJFM – FM 96 in Montreal.
Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson (born March 16, 1954) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, producer, and composer.
She rose to fame alongside her older sister, singer Ann Wilson, as a guitarist and backing vocalist in the rock band Heart, which she joined in 1974.
Wilson felt some guilt over the event, but "it lit a bonfire under us because we saw for the first time that what we did on stage could have an impact on an audience." While still a senior in high school, Ann joined a band whose drummer knew a country songwriter who needed a backing band to play on his songwriting demos; Wilson and sister Ann entered a recording studio in Seattle to record the demos.
During the session, the engineer allowed them to record the song "Through Eyes and Glass", which Nancy and Ann had written.
Raised near Seattle, Washington in the suburb of Bellevue, Wilson began playing music as a teenager.