Skid Row recently parted ways with vocalist Erik Grönwall and recruited Halestorm vocalist Lzzy Hale for immediate live duties. While former Skid Row vocalist Sebastian Bach has made it known that he’d be down to rejoin the band, Hale seems like she’s also into the gig.

In an interview with 105.5 WDHA, Hale said she may very well continue fronting Skid Row beyond the few shows they’ve announced. “You never know,” she said. “I will say something that most likely will happen is that these will not be the only four dates you ever hear. I will say that.”

When asked if she’d join the band as a full-time member, Hale said it’d be tough but she’ up for it! “As far as me being the permanent member of Skid Row, we’re gonna all have to find a plateau in our schedules to do that.” She continued: “But you never know. Sounds like a pretty good gig for me, if I ever get to that point.”

While we wait for more dates, go catch Hale Row at one of the shows below. Tickets are available here.

5/17 Walker’s Bluff Casino Resort Carterville, IL
5/18 Riverside Casino & Golf Resort Riverside, IA
5/31 Nugget Casino Resort Sparks, NV
6/1 Hard Rock Live Sacramento Wheatland, CA

On the opportunity to front Skid Row, Hale recently wrote: “This is totally wild! I can’t believe my VHS audition tape finally made it in the mail! ( I kid, I kid)

“I started listening Skid Row when I was a teenager growing up on the east coast in central Pennsylvania. 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. 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.

“And This summer, my world turns full circle. Because not only am I able to share the stage as acting front person for this integral band, but even more importantly, I get to call these boys my chosen family.

“No matter how much we both tour, or how much time has gone by…we light up when we see each other. They have seen me through my rollercoaster ride of ups and downs, all while cheering me on. Time, space, history, age…are all relative, irrelevant and elastic cuz We are all just astronauts cut from the same cloth, worshipping the same magic that is this music. I’m so grateful for their support of me in my career, and as a fellow human.

“Love you guys! There will be blood left on the stage!”

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