Lzzy Hale

Lzzy Hale (real name Elizabeth Hale) is one of the most popular rock singers in the world. She won a Grammy in 2013 with her band Halestorm, which she founded with her brother Arejay Hale in 1997.

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Elizabeth Mae "Lzzy" Hale (born October 10, 1983 in Red Lion, Pennsylvania) is an American singer and guitarist. She is the front woman of the rock band Halestorm and has also appeared several times as a guest singer.

Hale learned to play the piano from the age of five and later switched to the shoulder keyboard, also known as the Keytar. At the age of 13, she founded the band Halestorm in 1997 near York, Pennsylvania, together with her brother Arejay, who is three years younger. In the original line-up, Hale was on stage as lead singer and played keyboard. In the early days, their father played bass. At 16 she took guitar lessons. With Halestorm, Hale released four studio albums. In 2013, Halestorm won a Grammy in the Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance category for the song Love Bites (So Do I).

In addition to Halestorm, Hale appeared several times as a guest singer for other bands. In 2010 she can be heard on a new recording of the song Breaking Inside by the band Shinedown. A year later she recorded the songs Such a Shame and Won't Let Go with Black Stone Cherry. In 2012 she sang the song Come Undone for the band Adrenaline Mob together with Russell Allen. A year later he performed a duet with David Draiman on the song Close My Eyes Forever for Draiman's band Device.

In 2013, Lzzy Hale founded the fashion label Scissor Happy.


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