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Halestorm Announces U.S. Tour Dates; Select Run of Headline Dates Stretch November to December; Band Also to Join Eric Church on Tour This Fall; Frontwoman Lzzy Hale to Perform With Violinist Lindsey Stirling on "Good Morning America" Tomorrow

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 07/14/14 -- GRAMMY®-winning hard rock band Halestorm has announced a run of headline tour dates kicking off November 11 in Chattanooga, TN. The dates announced today will be the only headline dates for the band in 2014.

The dates are in addition to the band's already-announced dates supporting country superstar Eric Church. The world first saw Church collaborate with Halestorm when he invited frontwoman Lzzy Hale to duet his hit single, "That's Damn Rock & Roll," on the CMT Awards last month, which became one of the most talked-about performances in the show.

Hale will make her next electrifying guest appearance tomorrow when she joins electronic violinist Lindsey Stirling on ABC's "Good Morning America" to perform Stirling's hit song "Shatter Me."

Halestorm's last album, "THE STRANGE CASE OF...," debuted at #1 on Billboard's "Hard Rock Albums" chart while also making a top 15 entry onto the overall Billboard 200. The album's phenomenal success was fueled in large part by the single, "Love Bites (So Do I)," which made history by ascending to #1 at Active Rock radio outlets nationwide, marking Halestorm as the first-ever female-fronted group to top the format's airplay ranking. The group followed up the single with a second #1 at the format with the song "Freak Like Me," and "Love Bites (So Do I)" went on to win the band their first-ever GRAMMY® for "Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance" at this year's 55th annual event.

Acclaimed as one of modern hard rock's most explosive live acts, Halestorm is currently blazing upon stages across North America, with a variety of headline and festival dates scheduled through the remainder of the summer.

For more, please visit www.halestormrocks.com, www.twitter.com/halestormrocks (@halestormrocks), www.facebook.com/halestormrocks, www.myspace.com/halestorm, www.youtube.com/user/HalestormRocks, and www.atlanticrecords.com.

(TOUR ITINERARY BELOW)


                                  HALESTORM
                        ON TOUR - NORTH AMERICA 2014
                       * newly announced headline date
                          ** supporting Eric Church

JULY
18    Oshkosh, WI          Rock USA

AUGUST
1     Clearfield, PA       Clearfield County Fair
2     Syracuse, NY         KRockathon
3     Mescalero, NM        Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino
15    Des Moines, IA       Iowa State Fair Grandstand
16    Sedalia, MO          Missouri State Fair
28    Comstock Park, MI    Fifth Third Ballpark (w/ Theory of a Deadman)

SEPTEMBER
27    Baltimore, MD        Shindig Festival
29    New York, NY         Terminal 5
30    Watertown, NY        McVean Gymnasium @ Jefferson

NOVEMBER
11    Chattanooga, TN      Track 29*
12    Knoxville, TN        The International*
14    St. Petersburg, FL   Mahaffey Theater*
15    Ft. Lauderdale, FL   Revolution*
16    Lake Buena Vista, FL House of Blues Orlando*
18    Louisville, KY       Mercury Ballroom*
20    Green Bay, WI        Resch Center**
21    Peoria, IL           Civic Center**
22    Evansville, IL       Ford Center**
24    Buffalo, NY          Town Ballroom*
25    Westbury, NY         The Space at Westbury*
28    Sayreville, NJ       Starland Ballroom*
29    Worcester, MA        The Palladium*

DECEMBER
1     Cincinnati, OH       Bogart's*
4     Wichita, KS          INTRUST Bank Arena**
5     Kansas City, MO      Sprint Center**
6     Sioux Falls, SD      Denny Sanford Premier Center**
8     Memphis, TN          Minglewood Hall*
9     Baton Rouge, LA      Varsity Theatre*
11    Duluth, GA           Arena at Gwinnett Center**
12    Greenville, SC       Bon Secours Wellness Arena**
13    Birmingham, AL       BJCC Arena**

For Complete Details, Please See WWW.HALESTORMROCKS.COM/TOUR

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