Eyes Set To Kill
Arejay's drum solo was lengthened, and he also proclaimed that Los Angeles is now his home. Lzzy did her solo songs, but sang all of "Break In" which I was throroughly delighted about. When Halestorm played "Daughter's of Darkness," I was SO HAPPY because they've never gotten to play it since they haven't ever really headline (at least not when I've seen them). The crowd kept screaming their love for Lzzy to the high-heavens (understandably), and Lzzy kept repeating how overjoyed she was to get to play at the Wiltern.
Halestorm is one of those bands that connects with the audience, and no matter how famous they get, they always put on a full performance and pour their souls through their music. That is an aspect some bands have that you just can't help but love,
Zoe Adler is a music journalist from Long Beach, California. Besides her website, which is her pride and joy, she works with the GRAMMY Foundation and the Long Beach Independent. Additionally, Ms. Adler is a musician, spending half of her time playing the flute, piccolo, trombone, and marching baritone. She has been with TeenView Music since the very start and hopes to make something of it in the future.