United Stations Radio Network’s HARDDRIVE & HARDDRIVVE XL, both hosted by Lou Brutus, announced today while Lacuna Coil's Cristina Scabbia is on hiatus as her band begins to write and record their new album, Atlantic Records artist Lzzy Hale of Halestorm will step behind the microphone to fill the "ASK CRISTINA" spot with the new "ASK LZZY" feature on the weekend edition of hardDrive and the Friday night installment of hardDrive XL with Lou Brutus! “ASK LZZY” begins this Friday night on hardDrive XL, and this weekend Feb 5/6 on hardDrive XL.
"I'm so excited to be doing an audio-column for Harddrive and Harddrive XL!” raved Lzzy. “Thank you so much for asking me to do it. This is yet another way that I can get more intimate with my fans, and offer some help where I can! Looking forward to all of your questions. Ask me anything!"
Heralded by Revolver magazine as “The breakthrough hard-rock group of the year,” Halestorm is one of the most popular new rock bands on the scene today. The band’s debut album for Atlantic Records debuted Top 5 on the Hard Music album chart and has spawned two hit singles at Active Rock radio. Through their hard work, they have become one of the top draws on the road. Hale also does a monthly advice column in the pages of Revolver. Halestorm is set to be one of the bands on the upcoming Avalanche Tour with Stone Sour, Skillet, Theory of a Deadman and Art of Dying.
Fans are encouraged to submit their questions for Lzzy by calling 877-MUSIC-11 (dial 6 for ASK LZZY) or via the ASK LZZY link at www.harddriveradio.com
HardDrive with Lou Brutus debuted on July 5, 1996. With 125 radio stations broadcasting the show, HardDrive is America’s longest running new rock show supporting the careers of hundreds of groups from Korn to Five Finger Death Punch. Multi-platinum metal band Slipknot received some of their first national airplay on the two-hour week-end syndicated show. United Stations acquired the series in 2001, and in 2007 originator / producer Roxy Myzal developed the Monday through Friday spin-off HardDrive XL, also featuring Lou Brutus.