Miranda: I’m sitting with Arejay Hale of Halestorm, so even though you are only five days into the tour, how’s it been so far
Arejey: So far, it’s been really laid back, as far as on my end it’s been pretty easy going, no complaints, it’s our first time touring with Skillet, and those guys are very sweet guys, very nice guys. We’ve toured with Theory of a Deadman and Stone Sour, we know them pretty good. And the new guys on the bill are Art of Dying, and they are great.
Miranda: So you’re meeting all kinds of other bands, and getting acquainted with them as well as the ones you already know.
Arejay: So far everybody’s really getting along, which is a rarity on tour, and a very nice one when it all works out like that
Live Interview with Lzzy and Josh from the band Halestorm conducted by Miranda Wilson (Aka Sidine). I would personally like to take this opportunity to thank the guys and gal of Halestorm for sitting down with me and taking the time to answer a few questions, it was truly a pleasure to speak with them.
Miranda: How did you guys come together as a band?
Josh: Well they Lzzy and her brother Arjay the drummer they’ve been doing this since they were 10 and 13, Lzzy being the older sister.
Lzzy: We got a little obsessed in ’98 was our first paying gig as Halestorm. We named the band Halestorm at 13 and 10 and just kept moving and kept going you know it’s. We played anywhere and everywhere you know we did a friends restaurant for free ice cream once, we played a funeral, a wedding. Yeah I know that sounds like a joke but we did. We got paid 50 bucks a song at that funeral and would do it again.
Josh: I wanna play a funeral