Halestorm …


Now … Halestorm … The rock band was formed when Arejay, (drummer) and older sister Elizabeth “Lizzy” Hale (vocals), began writing and performing as teens.  Dad (at that time) helped fill in with bass and the rest is history. With Joe Hottinger on lead guitar and Josh Smith on bass, Lizzy would add rhythm guitar at this point as well.  With just three albums to their catalog and the only female-fronted band with a Grammy for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance, Halestorm has generated a following many bands dream of.


Halestorm started off slow with Lzzy on piano serenading the crowd to “Apocalyptic” and “Mz. Hyde” …  certainly, different from starting off kick-ass and thumping their way into your brain. However, I knew things were just getting started and soon we’d get that adrenaline rush. With a 15 song setlist, including an incredible drum solo by one of the best, most entertaining drummers in rock, I was excepting more.  But Halestrom just has what it takes to bring the roof down for good old fashioned, hard energy show that completely delivers to your wildest expectations. The choreography is brilliant playing off each other’s antics. It’s pretty much one killer rock show and one of the less expensive shows on the circuit.  I highly recommend seeing Halestorm, even if you are not familiar with them Don’t miss this show as they are still on tour …



Halestorm Setlist:
Mz. Hyde
Love Bites (So Do I)
I Get Off
Dear Daughter
Freak Like Me
I Like It Heavy
Drum Solo
It’s Not You
Rock Show
I Am the Fire
Here’s to Us
I Miss the Misery