Halestorm Explore Different Ways Of Discovering New Music


(Classic Rock) Halestorm's Lzzy and Arejay Hale have discussed the very different ways that they discover new music. Drummer Arejay says he likes using streaming service Spotify to hunt for new bands, while sister Lzzy says she still prefers getting personal recommendations from friends in Nashville, where she now lives.

Arejay tells Live In Limbo: "I do the Spotify thing. I subscribe. Judge me all you want, I'm guilty as charged. I accept the new forms of the way music is perceived. You get music to get discovered, to bring people to your show - compared to the way it used to be, where you'd go on tour to sell a record.

"It's a cool way to discover new music, browse the different genres and playlists, look at the related artists. It's cool that right in your pocket you can discover any artist, any song ever recorded and put out there."

Lzzy jokingly calls her brother "a terrible person," adding that she's the more "old-fashioned" of the pair. Read her comments here.

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