Ann and Nancy Wilson, also known as Heart, are the first in a line of artists to publish their memoir this fall as Kicking and Dreaming: A Story of Heart, Soul and Rock and Roll hits stores on Tuesday.

The sisters take you back to their childhood, growing up in Seattle and forming the band in Vancouver; they take you behind the writing of some of their biggest hits, including the truth about the relationship that inspired "Magic Man" and "Crazy On You," the turmoil of inter-band romances gone awry, the reality of life on the road as single women and then as mothers, addiction and more.

Ann and Nancy will celebrate the publication date by signing copies at the Book Review Store in Huntington, New York followed by another in Los Angeles on September 27th, two days after getting their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Then it's on the road starting October 3rd in New York in support of their new album, Fanatic, which comes out the day before.

Ann Wilson of Heart says seeing The Beatles' first film, A Hard Day's Night in 1964 inspired her rock and roll dreams: