storm the airwaves

“All that money – and for what? many wondered. So much money spent so that between 1969 and 1972 a dozen white men could take the express train to a lifeless world? Why, Negro women and men could barely go to the next state without worrying about predatory police, restaurants that refused to serve them, and service stations that wouldn’t let them buy gas or use the bathroom. Now they wanted to talk about a white man on the Moon? "A rat done bit my sister Nell, with Whitey on the Moon,” rapped performer #gilscottheron in a song that stormed the airwaves that year. In the days leading up to the launch, two hundred #protesters led by the Rev. #ralphabernathy made their way to Cape Kennedy. Abernathy and his fellow #activists came to the launch site riding a mule train, challenging NASA’s administrator #tompaine on the worthiness of the #spaceprogram when the poor and dispossessed in #watts and #detroit and rural #appalachia could barely put food on the table – assuming they had a house to put the table in.“

— Margot Lee Shetterly, ‘Hidden Figures’

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Don’t take “No Halestorm” for an answer! Call your local station and DEMAND “Love Bites (So Do I)” now!

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I want somebody to call their local rock station and demand Halestorm… and it IS you!

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Halestorm fans do not sleep… we wait. For the new album. Which is coming. SOON. But if you need something to do while you wait, how about calling your local station and telling them how much you want Halestorm?

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You know what bites, besides love (and apparently Lzzy)? Your local station not playing HALESTORM! Call them now!

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If you get off on Halestorm getting off on you getting off on hearing “I Get Off,” get off your ass and call in a request to your local station!