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Customer Reviews

AMAZING

This is one of the best songs and one of the best bands out there in modern rock. A song doesn't have to be heavy in order for it to be good. These lyrics are relatable and well-written.

song is legit

I don't have a clue how anyone could rate this song 1 star, makes no sense. I have actually been listening to this song for some time (with out Slash) though.

Fan from the beginning

I loved this song and this band since it first hit the scene. They're getting so much better. And it's real rock n roll. None of that BS. Thank you guys for keeping honest.

Biography

Formed: 1997 in York, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Siblings Elizabeth and Arejay Hale, the core members of the hard rock band Halestorm, began the group in late 1997 near York, Pennsylvania, with Arejay on drums and Elizabeth on vocals and keyboard. Wanting to expand their sound, the duo invited their father, Roger, to play bass for Halestorm. Soon after their first professional gig in 1998 at the Blue Mountain Coffee House in Hershey, Pennsylvania, the band added various guitar players and released an EP, 1999's (Don't Mess with The) Time Man. More...
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Here's to Us (feat. Slash) - Single, Halestorm
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  • $1.29
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal, Hard Rock
  • Released: May 07, 2013
  • Parental Advisory

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