HALESTORM Interviewed By Sweden's ACCESS: ROCK (Video)

Dave Bertram of Sweden's Access: Rock conducted an interview with Lzzy and Arejay Hale of HALESTORM on October 17 at at Debaser Slussen in Stockholm, Sweden. You can now watch the chat below.

HALESTORM has announced three "An Evening With…" performances that will showcase two distinctly different sides to the band. Singer Lzzy Hale said in an online posting, "We want to invite you to spend your holidays with us! This mini tour is your opportunity to see a very unique HALESTORM show! We are bringing 'The Strange Case Of…' to life and splitting the night into two very equal, but opposite performances — light and dark, black and white… Jekyll and Mz. Hyde. Don’t miss this show, because this special presentation of HALESTORM will only be happening for a few nights over the holidays."

The dates are as follows:

Dec. 27 - Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory
Dec. 29 - Montclair, NJ - The Wellmont Theatre
Dec. 31 - Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Soundstage

For more information, visit HalestormRocks.com.

HALESTORM has just released a digital EP called "In The Live Room", which is now available on iTunes. The six-song set was recorded live on October 31 at Sear Sound Studios in New York City as part of The Warner Sound's original series, "The Live Room." The series captures artists performing live sessions in some of the most iconic recording studios across America.

The band kicked off a fall headlining U.S. tour on November 8 in Mobile, Alabama, wrapping up on December 15 in Orlando, Florida.


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