Lzzy Hale Says She “Found Her Weird,” Talks State of Rock
The voice of Halestorm spoke with Pat McMahon from 92.9 WBUF before their show at the Erie County Fair on Saturday, August 13.
Halestorm has been doing it since 1997 and every year they evolve into something bigger, better, louder, and heavier. This was on full display at the Erie County Fair as they took the Buffalo News Grandstand and made it loud. Playing all their hits, and then some.
Lzzy Hale, the front person of Halestorm, is a generational vocal talent. Her range, and ability to absolutely wail and scream while holding notes, are second to literally none.
They are touring again after, like most bands, a break due to COVID restrictions, and they are excited to be back out and about.
Lzzy Hale was able to sit down for an informal sit-down interview with me before their show on Saturday and it was a real honor to be given the time. She was down to Earth, easy to chat with, and had a lot of interesting things to say about how she's able to hit those notes, how she writes for the blue-collar, where rock music is now, and the importance of mental health and her intimate experiences with that.
Check out the interview below: