Well, you can call me Ana and I have been rocking out since I was born. Whenever I cried, my Dad had to just slip on Poundcake by Van Halen and I quieted up to enjoy the drill-on-guitar sound. I'm an 18 year-old poet and percussionist; my sister is much more musically talented, and we always joked we would make a band together. After hearing Halestorm and their inspirational story, I hope that one day it won't just be a joke. If you want to talk about music, lyrics, poetry, or any grab-bag of items, just leave a comment.
Van Halen since I was a baby. Three Doors Down and Nickelback helped me survive middle school. Three Days Grace and Trapt have flitted about in middle and high school. Evanessence showed me I wasn't the only girl in my generation that loved to rock. Sixx:A.M., Shinedown, and Halestorm are at the top right now.
National Harbor the National in Richmond
How did you first hear about Halestorm?:
I was looking up tickets for a Trapt show in 2008 after being horrified at CrueFest. For those that went to the New Jersey concert and did so when there was still sunlight, you might have saw the blatant disrespect for a good band. Or maybe you were on dope like the rest of the people I saw carrying on during their set. I found that they were touring with Inept, RED, and Halestorm. I hadn't listened to much of either of these bands, so I tried to find some clips from them. Halestorm was the one I liked the most. Unfortuantely, after finding the Trapt concert sold out in my area, I forgot to check my local CD stores for Halestorm. A couple months later, I heard "I Get Off" on the radio and remembered that 30 second clip. I've been an avid Halestorm fan since.
Favorite Halestorm moment/show?:
August 29, 2009 at "the National": First time seeing Halestorm live. It was great to not only be blown away, but expect to be blown away.