Haley Reinhart Rocks the Troubadour with Star Studded Special Guests

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A night full of special guests, new songs, and a whole lot of Rock and Roll, Haley Reinhart put on one hell of a (sold out) show for those at Hollywood’s Troubadour late last Thursday night. It was her second show at the historic venue, where she hasn’t headlined since July of 2015. Opening for Haley were artists Steffan Argus and Drew Dolan.

Her first big solo public performance of the year was one for the books, where Haley brought fan favorites to the stage including, “Oh My!” for the first time in ages, this time including the rap bridge, but done in a style uniquely “Haley”. On several songs, Haley brought the crowd into the performance as they sung along on songs like “Let’s Start”, “Expensive Taste”, and “Light My Fire”.

Among the guest performers, Catie Turner from ABC’s debut season of American Idol, joined Haley on a duet of a Britney Spears classic, “Oops!… I Did It Again”. Scott Bradlee, creator of Postmodern Jukebox, was on keys.

Scott also accompanied the stage for “Sunny Afternoon”, from Haley’s third studio album, What’s That Sound? which he featured on. And of course, “Creep”.

All the way from Chicago, parents Harry and Patti-Miller Reinhart joined their daughter on stage to perform a few songs, including a three part harmony “Centerpiece”, and a mom-daughter duet of “White Rabbit”.

The Troubadour was the perfect place to premiere a new original song, a rousing and rollicking balls out, and possibly her hardest hitting song to date (sure to please the rocker fans), “Expensive Taste”.

One of the top highlights of the night was when Haley brought out her final special guest, Robby Krieger of The Doors to perform “Light My Fire”, which Robby wrote when he was just a teenager. It was truly a special moment to witness.

Be sure to check out some exclusive footage of the special guests and their kind words about Haley below:

Written by HaleysTusk, edited by Rachel
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Watch Haley Reinhart and Puddles Pity Party Sing “Mad World”

Haley Reinhart’s latest video with Postmodern Jukebox made it’s debut last night on the new PMJ website! Accompanied by Puddles Pity Party,  their cover of “Mad World” was released last month on Postmodern Jukebox’s new album “Top Hat on Fleek”, which you can buy on iTunes here.

PMJ mastermind Scott Bradlee had this to say about the pairing of Puddles and Haley:

“This remake came together quite quickly; Puddles stopped by unannounced, in typical Puddles fashion (he also surprised us at the Riviera Theatre in Chicago just recently!), so I decided to give Haley a call to see if she was around to stop by, perhaps while wearing a fun hat. This arrangement was inspired by the tradition of vaudeville variety acts; the idea of putting a heavily contrasted duo onstage together has been around for ages and still lives on today.  In this case, she’s a bubbly, extroverted performer, and he’s… a 7 foot tall sad clown. The contrast here couldn’t be any clearer, as Haley tries her best to shake Puddles out of his sad sack mood and embrace the existential whimsy of it all.   She may have even taught him a few new dance steps in the process.”

Watch the video below:

Haley Reinhart’s Postmodern Jukebox Fall Tour Highlights

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November 3rd – Baltimore, Maryland:

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November 4th – York, Pennsylvania:

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November 5th – Glenside, Pennsylvania:

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November 6th – Red Bank, New Jersey:

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November 7th – Scranton, Pennsylvania:

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November 8th – Ithaca, New York:

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November 12th – Bethlehem, Pennsylvania:

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November 13th – Wilmington, Delaware:

November 14th – Staten Island, New York:

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November 15th – Buffalo, New York:

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November 16th – Toronto, Canada:

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November 17th – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania:

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November 18th – Chicago, Illinois (Haley’s hometown show!):

The Chicago crowd was in for a spectacular treat. Haley got to close out her hometown show with an INCREDIBLE performance of “Can’t Help Falling In Love”. Watch below!

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December 8th – Mesa, Arizona:

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December 9th – San Diego, California:

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December 10th – Sacramento, California:

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December 11th – Los Angeles, California:

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December 12th – San Francisco, California:

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Scott Bradlee Interviews Haley Reinhart in “Behind The Jukebox”

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Scott Bradlee has been making use of second YouTube channel to upload different types of content aside from the regular PMJ covers. This segment in particular he calls “Behind The Jukebox”.

Haley sat down with Scott in his living room for a short interview where she talks about her musical influences, upcoming projects, and more about the EP.

Watch below:

Haley Reinhart’s PMJ New Zealand/Australia Tour Highlights

Haley Reinhart has joined Scott Bradlee and Postmodern Jukebox for the New Zealand/Australia leg of their current tour on the other side of the planet.

Check out the highlights from Haley’s time on tour down under!

August 29th – Auckland, New Zealand:

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September 2nd – Newcastle West, Australia:

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September 3rd – Sydney, Australia:

September 4th – Thirroul, Wollongong, Australia:

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September 5th – Brisbane, Queensland, Australia:

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September 6th – Surfers Paradise, Australia:

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September 9th (Haley’s Birthday Show!) – Melbourne, Australia:

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September 10th – Adelaide, Australia:

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September 11th – Perth, Australia:

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Haley Reinhart’s “Seven Nation Army” Cover Creates Some Buzz

In case you missed it, Postmodern Jukebox released their latest Haley Reinhart feature last Thursday of The White Stripes’ rock classic “Seven Nation Army”.

The video has been getting lots of buzz all over the internet. It was the top trending topic on Facebook for a day. The total view count in just 5 days is already well over 600,000.

The song itself reached #1 on the iTunes jazz charts. Not to mention the fact 4 other Postmodern Jukebox songs featuring Haley were in the top 10 as well.

Here are some notable mentions (click the links to read the articles):

billboard.com

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If you’ve been severely out of the loop, please watch and enjoy: