Haley Reinhart takes a break to speak with Dosey Doe’s Gabe Leal, an interview posted on Woodlands Online website. Haley talks about her influences both Female and Male, talks about her tour and touring bands. An added bonus, the interview starts off with Haley performing “The Wind Cries Mary” at mic check before the show.
Haley Reinhart kicks off her 2023 Tour season in Phoenix, this Sunday, February 19 at the MIM (Musical Instrument Museum). Haley loved the addition of horns to her band for her show at the Troubadour that she announced her touring band will also be carrying a small brass section. The tour has added shows in New Hampshire, New Jersey, Connecticut & New York, check haleyreinhart.com/events to see if they’ve added a venue near you
Following Haley Reinhart’s successful tour of the Midwest promoting her new EP “Off The Ground”, Haley has just announced a new leg of the tour this time visiting mostly Eastern and Southern cities but also including dates in Arizona.
Check out Haley’s Instagram to see if the tour is coming near you. If you don’t see your city, check back periodically to HaleyReinhart.com to look for any updates.
Today Haley Reinhart announced her engagement on Istagram to long time partner, Drew Dolan, on his Birthday.
The couple have been together since meeting at a wedding of mutual friends around 2015. Drew, a fellow LA musician, also has family in the Chicago area near Wheeling, Illinois, where Haley grew up. The couple had recently moved into a house with their two dogs, Tuf and Pepper. Haley and Drew often go out on wilderness hikes together as well as attend red carpet events as an item.
Haliens and #TeamHaleyFans wish Haley and Drew the best for their future together, Congratulations!
UPDATE EDIT: Miracles do happen, Balam posted this morning that the stolen items recovered via a response to a Lost and Found post on Craigslist. The Anonymous tip provided an address and location and stolen properties were recovered
(original post September 15)
“The trailer to our van got broken into in #iowacity today and someone stole two of my guitars and my backpack with my Green Card (yes I’m an immigrant) and my Mexican passport. It’s a blue and black backpack. They also stole our tour manager’s backpack which is red and black (had his passport in there too) . Both guitars were in black hard cases. If anyone has any leads please message or call me! I really appreciate everyone who has reached out and shared my story so far ❤️ praying these things make their way back to us 🙏🙏🙏”
Balam described the two guitars stolen from the van in an instagram post:
In her Instagram story, Haley Reinhart revealed that more than the guitars were taken in the theft
Unknown if the items were insured but as Balam said in his Instagram post about the lost guitars, “This guitar is a part of me and I’m truly devastated that it got stolen.” Added Lo-Fi Soul Tour Bassist about the guitars lost, Zephyr Avalon,
“This one especially hurts to hear about…Very sentimental”
Distinct looking guitars, if you see them please contact the Iowa City Police, any tips are appreciated.
Haley Reinhart was in full form as she kicked off her long awaited tour in support of her new EP, “Off The Ground” at the Fine Line in Minneapolis MN. It was clear how much returning to the stage and seeing so many friendly faces in the crowd meant so much to an artist who told the crowd she had to cancel 3 tours due to the 2020 pandemic, and she didn’t disappoint. Haley was in fine vocal form, switching from ferocious grit, to elevated vocal heights as she performed songs off her new EP, as well as old favorites from her debut album “Listen Up!” a couple from 2nd album “Better” and her recent 2019 album, “Lo-Fi Soul”, even debuting her cover of a “Screaming Jay” Hawkins classic.
Haley even surprised fans with her rendition of a Jimi Hendrix classic, which she got to sing with her Dad, Harry, at the 2nd show of the tour in Aurora Illinois, where Haley got a rousing rendition of Happy Birthday from her hometown crowd at the Piazza
Haley’s next show is Barnato’s in Omaha Nebraska on the 11th of September.
Don’t miss out on seeing a once in a generation performer sing live. Check for dates and venues for the Midwest “Off The Ground” tour at Haley’s website https://www.haleyreinhart.com/events
“Off the Ground” was originally slated for release in 2020, followed by a tour of Europe and the US to support Haley Reinhart’s latest music project, only to be derailed by a world wide pandemic. Two years later, the Anders Grahn/Tingsek produced Reinhart EP is ready to make it’s debut Friday, September 2, 2022.
In Haley’s latest Instagram, she highlights her Robert Rodriguez directed video for her EP’s title song, and reveals the the names of the seven songs that will be on the EP, including a duet with the one of the EP’s Swedish producers, Tingsek
“Off the Ground” available on all streaming services and digital music outlets, out this Friday
Haley also added a California date on her web site’s events Calendar for Yoshi’s in Oakland on October 26. Check back to see if any dates are added near you.
Haley Reinhart just announced a date for her Co-Vid delayed EP, “Off the Ground”, September 2, 2022. The EP was originally slated to drop in 2020 before those plans and Haley’s Tours of the US and Europe were scrapped due to a global pandemic. Further delays for the EP occurred as the EP’s Swedish producers Tingsek and Haley’s long time song writing partner, tour lead guitarist and friend, Anders Grahn were stuck in Sweden and much of the communication and collaboration had to occur long distance.
Haley has already released two tracks from the album ahead of it’s debut, “Roll the Dice” and “Off the Ground”, the latter track accompanied by a Robert Rodriguez short movie for the song.
Haley has added dates to the original line up to her upcoming 2022 Midwest Tour to support “Off the Ground”. Meet and Greet opportunities were also added to some dates. Check HaleyReinhart.com for updated information
Time for Haley Reinhart fans to dust off their concert going outfits as Haley announces a 13 stop tour of the Midwest in support of her EP “Off The Ground”. Ticket information can be found at haleyreinhart.com