Last night, country music was introduced to HALESTORM's Lzzy Hale, who performed "That's Damn Rock & Roll" with Eric Church at the CMT Awards in Nashville, Tennessee. And it went pretty well, according to Billboard, who called it "one of the highlights of the evening." USA Today included the performance in the "five best highlights from the CMT Awards," noting "Church and the HALESTORM frontwoman turned this tune from Church's 'The Outsiders' album into a barnburner reminiscent of AC/DC and THE ROLLING STONES."
As previously reported, HALESTORM debuted two new songs at two separate shows recently. The first tune, "Heartbreaker", was performed on March 28 at the Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, Tennessee, while the second track, "Mayhem", made its debut in early April in England.
The group began writing its third album in January, after completing more than 20 months of touring behind 2012's "The Strange Case Of…"
HALESTORM last year issued its second covers EP, "ReAniMate 2.0", which featured renditions of songs from JUDAS PRIEST, AC/DC, PAT BENATAR, MARILYN MANSON, DAFT PUNK and FLEETWOOD MAC.
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