Heart frontwoman Ann Wilson discussed her decision to move out from Seattle during a recent appearance on Hawaii Public Radio.
As you might already know, the iconic singer of Heart decided to move out to Florida from Seattle where she had spent most of her life, and talked about this decision in the past interviews.
During the conversation, Ann mentioned that moving out from a blue place to a city where the red colors are dominant could be hard as the wheater-wise but she said that there are actually lots of good people in there.
Furthermore, Ann stated that this news was shocking even for her friends and revealed that nobody believed her that she could move out to Florida. Also, Ann reminded that they didn’t move Floride for political reasons and said that they really love the place and the weather.
Here is what Ann Wilson said:
“I know, because I spent most of my life living in Seattle, the ultimate ‘blue’ place, and then moved down here to Florida, which is maybe the ultimate ‘red’ place, through this region anyway. And there are good people here — really good people.
Maybe they even voted for Trump in the election, but that doesn’t make them bad people. I think when we talk about dangerous folks, we’re talking about fringe elements that would actually rise up and not know what else to do except bash and shoot. And the same in Seattle — we saw a whole lot of trouble happen up there too.
Coming from Seattle, I know that Seattle is in love with itself, and it exists in a bubble of ‘blueness.’ None of my friends can believe that I moved down here. I told them that we were moving here, and they just said to me, ‘You’re kidding, right? How long are you gonna stay?’ ‘I don’t know. We’re just moving.’
This is a good place. We’ve got a beautiful spot here on the river, and we love each other and we like the weather. We don’t move here for political reasons.”
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