According to PopCandies TV, HALESTORM drummer Arejay Hale's girlfriend, Jessie Covets — who is the lead singer of the Los Angeles-based all-girl pop/electro band VIOLET — was rushed to the hospital last night following the Grammy Awards after-party in West Hollywood, California.
Video footage of Covets being picked up in an ambulance, with members of HALESTORM in tow, can be seen below.
HALESTORM was honored with a Grammy in the "Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance" category in the pre-telecast ceremony at the 55th annual Grammy Awards, which was held last night (Sunday, February 10) at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. HALESTORM was nominated for the track "Love Bites (So Do I)" , from the band's 2012 album "The Strange Case Of…"
In his acceptance speech, Arejay Hale said: "I've gotta thank my parents — our parents — for turning us on to great music. Most parents want their kids to be doctors and lawyers, and our parents encouraged us to join the circus. So thank you, guys."
"Love Bites" hit No. 1, making HALESTORM the first female-fronted act in history to top the Active Rock chart.
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