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See Lzzy Hale Make Her Debut as Skid Row’s Singer at Illinois Gig

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Halestrom rocker leads the glam metal act through over a dozen tracks in her first performance as “acting front person”

Lzzy Hale made her debut as Skid Row‘s “acting front person” Friday as the glam metal act’s concert in Carterville, Illinois.

The Halestorm singer, who previously called fronting Skid Row her dream gig, led the band through over a dozen of the hits, including “18 and Life,” “Monkey Business,” and “Slave to the Grind.”

“I started listening Skid Row when I was a teenager growing up on the east coast in central Pennsylvania,” Hale wrote on social media in March. “They were one of the Only bands at that time that truly bridged the gap for my love of 80s big choruses and riffs, but had the same poignant dirt and grime that was seeping into the cracks of my mind during the 90s. By the early 00s Halestorm was well coming into its own, inspired by these powerful songs that helped me unlock a door within myself as a young musician.” 

She continued, “I can say without a second thought that if it weren’t for Skid Row in my bones, I would not be the rocker I am today.”

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In March, Skid Row revealed that their most recent singer, Swedish Idol winner Erik Grönwall, had departed the group in order to focus on his health; Grönwall battled and beat leukemia in recent years but was left immunocompromised, making touring difficult.

“I’m getting stronger and healthier every day, but after consulting my doctor, I need to allow myself more time to recover, which I can’t do as the lead singer of Skid Row,” Grönwall said in a statement. In Grönwall’s place, Skid Row enlisted the Halestorm rocker, who will join the group for at least four shows this summer, including a Saturday night gig in Iowa.

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