The music’s over.
“Heart” singer Nancy Wilson and Oscar-winning “Almost Famous” screenwriter and director Cameron Crowe have reportedly called it quits after more than two decades of marriage.
The ‘70s rocker filed to divorce the “Jerry Mcguire” and “Say Anything” director Thursday in Los Angeles, citing irreconcilable differences, People mag reported.
According to court papers posted by E! Online, Wilson lists the date of the couple’s separation as June 15, 2008, nearly a month shy of their 22nd marriage anniversary.
The “What About Love” rocker will seek joint legal and physical custody of her and Crowe’s twin 10-year-old sons, William and Curtis, according to Wilson’s filing.
Selected Reading: People, Associated Press, E!