CONCERT REVIEW: Halestorm – The Pretty Reckless – The Warning and Lilith Czar Live at Bank of New Hampshire Pavillion


Gilford New Hampshire welcomed Halestorm, The Pretty Reckless, The Warning, and Lilith Czar for a great night of female-led rock n roll bands. Lilith Czar opened the show and performed many songs off her debut album “Created from Filth and Dust” and an incredible cover of Stevie Nicks’s “Edge of Seventeen.”

The Warning is comprised of three sisters from Mexico and absolutely rock! They released their brand new record in June of this year. I’m looking forward to seeing them again soon.

Taylor Monson of The Pretty Reckless is determined to save Rock n Roll. She did her best to do just that. The band opened the set with a blistering cover of “Loud Love” by Soundgarden and didn’t let up during the hour long set.

Then it was time for headliner Halestorm! The set was full of songs from Back From the Dead the new record released in May. Lizzy Hale was fantastic as always, swapping guitar licks with Joe Hottinger Overall it was an amazing night of great music.