Am just a woman who's been rocking out since about 1974. I will probably continue to enjoy hard rock and metal until I'm nothing but ashes in black marble sitting on a shelf (hopefully close to a stereo speaker). My SO and I volunteer with Rock Med here in the SF Bay Area of CA and get to hear a lot of bands while we're taking care of concert attendees who need help; whether it's handing out earplugs, cleaning up injuries from the pit, or holding a basin for someone who has overestimated their alcohol tolerance. Rock Med is a great organization, an offshoot of the Haight Ashbury Free Clinic, comprised of doctors, nurses, paramedics and cpr/first aid assistants. The list of venues we work has grown dramatically over the years so if you're ever at a concert in the bay area or Sacramento area it's likely Rock Med is there if you need us.
Disturbed, Metallica, Halestorm, Godsmack, AC/DC, Aerosmith, Rob Zombie, NIN, the list goes on and on.
SF Bay Area, CA
Napa Valley, Lake Tahoe, Santa Cruz, Monterey, my couch or bed at home snuggled up with my SO and our cats.
How did you first hear about Halestorm?:
Saw them at Uproar in Wheatland, were totally impressed, bought the CD, were more impressed, told all of our friends about the band (and we have a *lot* of friends all over the US and in Canada) , they were impressed that we were so impressed. Hopefully they will become fans as we have.
Favorite Halestorm moment/show?:
The moment my SO and I looked at each other once Lzzy started singing and smiled hugely both saying "damn...they're really good!".