If you've spent any time at all with classic rock radio in Canada, you'll have heard countless plays of Heart's "Barracuda," "Crazy On You," "Dreamboat Annie," "Straight On" and many others.
Why? Because of Canadian content rules. These songs have been important staples in maintaining the quota since the middle 70s.
"Wait," you're going to say, "Ann Wilson was born in San Diego. Nancy was born several years later in San Francisco. The band was based out of Seattle. How the hell did they ever qualify as being Canadian?"
Great question. The Huffington Post wanted to know the same thing. Here's the answer: