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Stone and Double T of the 104.9 The X (WXRX) radio station in Rockford, Illinois conducted an interview with Pennsylvanian rockers HALESTORM backstage at Sturgis 2013. You can now watch the chat below.

HALESTORM has issued an official music video for the song “Here’s To Us”, the latest single off the band’s 2012 sophomore album, “The Strange Case Of…”

The band recently recorded an alternate version of the track featuring guest appearances from Slash, SHINEDOWN‘s Brent Smith, ALTER BRIDGE‘s Myles Kennedy, DEVICE‘s David Draiman and others.

“Here’s To Us” was previously covered on a February 2012 episode of the hit television show “Glee”.

The song is the fourth single from “The Strange Case Of…” , following “Love Bites (So Do I)” , “I Miss The Misery” and “Freak Like Me”. HALESTORM won the Grammy for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance in February for the chart-topping “Love Bites (So Do I)” .

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With her signature Gibson Explorer at hand, singer and frontwoman of the Grammy Award-winning band HALESTORM, Lzzy Hale, talked to MusiciansFriend.com about the origins of her distinct sound and the current pieces of her constantly evolving signal chain. Check out the clip below.

HALESTORM has issued an official music video for the song “Here’s To Us”, the latest single off the band’s 2012 sophomore album, “The Strange Case Of…”

The band recently recorded an alternate version of the track featuring guest appearances from Slash, SHINEDOWN‘s Brent Smith, ALTER BRIDGE‘s Myles Kennedy, DEVICE‘s David Draiman and others.

“Here’s To Us” was previously covered on a February 2012 episode of the hit television show “Glee”.

The song is the fourth single from “The Strange Case Of…” , following “Love Bites (So Do I)” , “I Miss The Misery” and “Freak Like Me”. HALESTORM won the Grammy for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance in February for the chart-topping “Love Bites (So Do I)” .

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Denver’s 106.7 KBPI radio station conducted an interview with Pennsylvanian rockers HALESTORM on September 2 at the Locura Festival at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre in Englewood, Colorado. You can now watch the chat below.

HALESTORM has issued an official music video for the song “Here’s To Us”, the latest single off the band’s 2012 sophomore album, “The Strange Case Of…” Singer Lzzy Hale told Rolling Stone, “We wrote this song literally as our personal anthem. We’ve been through a lot together as a band, and we’ve learned to celebrate the low times as well as the highs. It’s about toughin’ out and respecting the journey for us, and that’s how we have kept it together as a foursome for 10 years! Here’s to us!”

The band recently recorded an alternate version of the track featuring guest appearances from Slash, SHINEDOWN‘s Brent Smith, ALTER BRIDGE‘s Myles Kennedy, DEVICE‘s David Draiman and others. Hale told The Pulse Of Radio that that version of the song was all about unity in the rock scene. “Everyone always thinks everybody’s in competition,” she said. “‘Oh, you know, we’re in competition for the charts!’ We’re in competition like, ‘Did you have a better set than me? Are you a better player?’ And it was important for all of us to show that none of that matters. We’re all in this together.”

“Here’s To Us” was previously covered on a February 2012 episode of the hit television show “Glee”.

The song is the fourth single from “The Strange Case Of…” , following “Love Bites (So Do I)” , “I Miss The Misery” and “Freak Like Me”. HALESTORM won the Grammy for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance in February for the chart-topping “Love Bites (So Do I)” .



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MusikUniverse.net conducted an interview with Pennsylvanian rockers HALESTORM on August 10 at the Heavy MTL festival in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. You can now watch the chat below.

Photos of HALESTORM‘s performance at Heavy MTL are available at this location.

HALESTORM has issued an official music video for the song “Here’s To Us”, the latest single off the band’s 2012 sophomore album, “The Strange Case Of…” Singer Lzzy Hale told Rolling Stone, “We wrote this song literally as our personal anthem. We’ve been through a lot together as a band, and we’ve learned to celebrate the low times as well as the highs. It’s about toughin’ out and respecting the journey for us, and that’s how we have kept it together as a foursome for 10 years! Here’s to us!”

The band recently recorded an alternate version of the track featuring guest appearances from Slash, SHINEDOWN‘s Brent Smith, ALTER BRIDGE‘s Myles Kennedy, DEVICE‘s David Draiman and others. Hale told The Pulse Of Radio that that version of the song was all about unity in the rock scene. “Everyone always thinks everybody’s in competition,” she said. “‘Oh, you know, we’re in competition for the charts!’ We’re in competition like, ‘Did you have a better set than me? Are you a better player?’ And it was important for all of us to show that none of that matters. We’re all in this together.”

“Here’s To Us” was previously covered on a February 2012 episode of the hit television show “Glee”.

The song is the fourth single from “The Strange Case Of…” , following “Love Bites (So Do I)” , “I Miss The Misery” and “Freak Like Me”. HALESTORM won the Grammy for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance in February for the chart-topping “Love Bites (So Do I)” .

The band heads to Japan this week for two shows there before returning to the U.S. and starting a new round of late summer/early fall tour dates on August 23 in Palmer, Alaska.

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Fan-filmed video footage of HALESTORM performing the song “Freak Like Me” on August 10 at the Heavy MTL festival in Montreal, Quebec, Canada can be seen below.

HALESTORM has issued an official music video for the song “Here’s To Us”, the latest single off the band’s 2012 sophomore album, “The Strange Case Of…” Singer Lzzy Hale told Rolling Stone, “We wrote this song literally as our personal anthem. We’ve been through a lot together as a band, and we’ve learned to celebrate the low times as well as the highs. It’s about toughin’ out and respecting the journey for us, and that’s how we have kept it together as a foursome for 10 years! Here’s to us!”

The band recently recorded an alternate version of the track featuring guest appearances from Slash, SHINEDOWN‘s Brent Smith, ALTER BRIDGE‘s Myles Kennedy, DEVICE‘s David Draiman and others. Hale told The Pulse Of Radio that that version of the song was all about unity in the rock scene. “Everyone always thinks everybody’s in competition,” she said. “‘Oh, you know, we’re in competition for the charts!’ We’re in competition like, ‘Did you have a better set than me? Are you a better player?’ And it was important for all of us to show that none of that matters. We’re all in this together.”

“Here’s To Us” was previously covered on a February 2012 episode of the hit television show “Glee”.

The song is the fourth single from “The Strange Case Of…” , following “Love Bites (So Do I)” , “I Miss The Misery” and “Freak Like Me”. HALESTORM won the Grammy for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance in February for the chart-topping “Love Bites (So Do I)” .

The band heads to Japan this week for two shows there before returning to the U.S. and starting a new round of late summer/early fall tour dates on August 23 in Palmer, Alaska.

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Journey: did a wicked Glee cover once

Resident cock rocker Dave Ling went to let his hair down with Journey, Whitesnake and Thunder in London last week. Anthems everywhere.

To hard rock’s longer toothed exponents, these arena package tours represent a lucrative method of survival. Less time onstage (manna from heaven for those in advanced stages of physical decline) and the comforting box office support of rivals make them a no-brainer to those wishing to play their greatest hits one more time. For ticket-buying fans, the reality can be far less palatable.

Arguably the bill’s best band, Thunder acquit themselves with dignity. Without doubt they seem the most pleased to be here. Playfully informing them: “That was fucking useless” when their singing doesn’t hit his high standards, Danny Bowes holds the crowd in the palm of his hands from the opening notes of Dirty Love until they wave goodbye with the cowbell-tastic I Love You More Than Rock ‘N’ Roll
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If Bowes is a bit of a show-off, the class clown handed a microphone, then David Coverdale is preening, pantomime dame… bona fide rock royalty. A star with Deep Purple since 1973, the 61-year-old seems determined to preserve that status by means of any trick in the book. Surrounded by a flashy backing band that take lengthy solo spots to allow their leader precious recuperation time, Whitesnake are the only act to include material recorded within the last couple of years, and Steal Your Heart Away and Forevermore are rather decent songs – let’s not overlook that fact. The elephant in the room is that Coverdale’s voice is now a docile, rasping caricature of its former self.

Fronted by a Filipino discovered singing soft rock classics on YouTube, Journey up their game in London – regional reports had been *extremely* dismissive – and save their best known song, Don’t Stop Believin’, ’til last, though it backfires, as by the time they get around to it many are already off to pay the babysitters.

Setlists

Whitesnake

Give Me All Your Love
Ready an’ Willing
Can You Hear the Wind Blow
Don’t Break My Heart Again
Is This Love
Gambler
(dedicated to Mel Galley, Cozy … more)
Love Will Set You Free
Guitar Duel
(by Doug Aldrich & Reb Beach)
Steal Your Heart Away
(incl. Drum Solo by Tommy Aldridge)
Forevermore
Best Years
Bad Boys / Children of the Night
Fool for Your Loving
Here I Go Again
Still of the Night

Journey

Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)
Any Way You Want It
Chain Reaction
Only the Young
Guitar Solo
Stone in Love
Keep on Runnin’
(Vocals by Dean Castronovo)
Edge of the Blade
Lights
Keyboard Solo
Open Arms
Escape
Dead or Alive
Guitar Solo
Wheel in the Sky
Faithfully
Be Good to Yourself
Don’t Stop Believin’

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No doubt you faithful Ultimate-Guitar readers will be thrilled to know that the latest “Glee” spinoff soundtrack is set for release…

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Adopt The Arts, a charity dedicated to preserving the arts in schools and founded by Grammy-winning drummer Matt Sorum, will host a kick off event hosted by “Glee”‘s Jane Lynch at the Sofitel hotel in West Hollywood on Sunday, March 18, followed by a performance from THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN in the hotel’s Stone Rose Lounge, which includes Sorum, Donovan Leitch, Steve Stevens and Billy Morrison (Bill

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VELVET REVOLVER/ex-GUNS N’ ROSES drummer Matt Sorum and “Glee” actress Jane Lynch joined Fox 11’s “Studio 11 L.A.” yesterday (Wednesday, February 22) to talk about their passion for Adopt The Arts, a group that’s trying to save art and music programs from being cut in LAUSD (Los Angeles Unified School District) elementary schools.

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VAN HALEN’s classic song “Hot For Teacher” was covered by the cast of the American musical comedy-drama television series “Glee” this past Tuesday night (Nov.

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