w/ Beasto Blanco & Palaye Royale
April 29, 2019
Photos and Review courtesy of J. Dirom Photography
It was a high energy rock show launched by Beasto Blanco whose stage show was a pleasure to watch filled with fog guns, flag waving, theatrics, and the occasional android arm and raw powered rock and roll. Followed by a solid set of high energy rock of Palaye Royale, which saw Remington Leith and Sebastian Danzig constantly on the move between stage and the speakers to get closer to the fans to their ultimate delight.
Finally, for the night Halestorm took the stage. Fronted by the charismatic and vocally intense Lzzy Hale. Hale dominated the center stage with her powerful voice and flawless guitar work. Hale’s guitar work never ceases to amaze. The crowd was electric. Lzzy asked the crowd how many had seen them before, to which the crowd erupted in cheers, and then asked who was seeing them live for the first time, which also garnered a large response. Without a doubt, Halestorm continued to garner new fans and grow its fan base over the past decade. It show be noted that Halestorm’s stage show has also grown including a larger light show and overall energy. From Arejay Hale’s drum solo to near perfection from Lzzy Hale’s vocal and guitar performance, Halestorm is firing on all cylinders.
I Am the Fire
Love Bites (So Do I)
I Get Off
It’s Not You
Dear Daughter / Daughters of Darkness
Do Not Disturb
Familiar Taste of Poison / Amen
Freak Like Me
Here’s to Us
I Miss the Misery