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Feb082011

Interview - Halestorm - Lzzy Hale

Lzzy Hale is one bad ass chick.  Whether it’s politically correct or not to say, it doesn’t matter, as she will tell you herself.  As the lead singer/guitarist for Halestorm for over a decade, Lzzy’s been belting out songs about love and life on the edge.  As the band prepares for the upcoming “Avalanche Tour,” they are readying a release of new material for 2011, also having an album full of cover songs already in the can.  RockMusicStar staff member Jim Hackett recently caught up with Lzzy for an exclusive interview, taking us into the eye of the Halestorm.

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