Lzzy Hale Says She Wants To Sing With Eddie Vedder

Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale started a question and answer event to share her ideas with her fans on her official Twitter account. As a part of the event, she stated that she wants to collaborate with Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder and focus on working on her voice.

As you may know, Lzzy and Arejay Hale realized that their greatest passion was creating music when they were little kids. They started composing and writing songs and ultimately decided to pursue professional musical careers by founding Halestorm. The band achieved great fame and commercial success with their remarkable songs.

Along with her career as Halestorm’s lead singer, Lzzy Hale has also teamed up with artists and bands she has always admired, such as Dream Theater, Evanescence, Shinedown, and Machine Gun Kelly. However, a follower’s recent question to Lzzy on Twitter reflected that there is one person Lzzy still dreams of working with; Eddie Vedder.

Another follower noticed the change in Lzzy Hale’s voice during one of Halestorm’s concerts and wanted to know why she performed the songs in a higher pitch. Hale answered her follower’s question saying that she has never worked with a vocal coach before and she will always continue to work on her voice alone by stating that she has a very good technique.

A fan’s question read:

“If you could just spend a day jamming with any musician, past or present, who and why?”

Lzzy Hale replied:

“I want to sing with Eddie Vedder.

Here’s what another follower asked:

“Saw you last night! Was the higher pitch on a couple of songs (I wish I had a better description) something you were trying to do or was it more like the changes you were discussing on the charismatic voice?”

The frontwoman responded:

“A little of both. I’m training myself at the moment to make better use of all those areas. I was literally told by my vocal doctor to not see any vocal coaches, but to train myself instead, so let can focus on growing within myself. Apparently, I have good technique.”

You can see the tweets below.