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"What's That Sound" - tracks, cover art and release date
10-08-2017, 07:41 PM
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Octoberfest at PS Pub tonight and I asked Patti Miller-Reinhart & Harry Reinhart to sign the LP album cover that Haley Reinhart already signed and Angela Reinhart signed the flip side where I hope to get all Haley's Tour Partners to sign. Not sure if Angie can do Merch sales/backup for the US Fall Tour with a college conflict.
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10-12-2017, 12:44 PM
Post: #262
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(10-03-2017 05:09 PM)Miguel Wrote:  
Quote:Haley Reinhart‏ @HaleyReinhart 17m

Fun times doin' this interview all about my new album & da biz! Thanks to #popmusic100 & the lovely @GregHerriges1

http://popmusic100.com/inside/That_Sound...hart_10-17

And here we have the Wheeling connection and Haley including people from her past....

Quote:popmusic100‏ @insidepop100 Oct 11
Check out Greg Herriges' interview with @HaleyReinhart for our October's issue!
http://popmusic100.com/inside/That_Sound...hart_10-17

Quote:Sean Kelly‏ @StorySlug 4m4 minutes ago
Greg Herriges like my old writing teacher at Harper??

Quote:popmusic100‏ @insidepop100 6m6 minutes ago
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Yes!
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10-12-2017, 05:19 PM (This post was last modified: 10-12-2017 05:21 PM by Nicicarus.)
Post: #263
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Curious to see what album sales number WTS put up its first week... hope it was more than Better (I think 6000-7000 her first week) now that she has a label to support her.

To put it in perspective the new killers album sold just over 20k which case out the same day as Haley’s and they were #1
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10-13-2017, 08:49 PM (This post was last modified: 10-13-2017 08:54 PM by Tusk.)
Post: #264
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There's an internet channel called 'Ditty TV' that I've seen several times tweet out that they'd play a Haley video on a program called "Soul Side" and post the time. They apparently play videos of bands that aren't necessarily mainstream.... (Tho they have played The Eagles, they kind of have an 'Americana' vibe to them Tongue )

Quote:Ditty TV | Music TV‏ @dittytv 1h1 hour ago
Kicking off Soul Side tonight with videos from @QuinnSullivan1 @FatNightMusic & @HaleyReinhart - WATCH 9pm CDT - http://bit.ly/2yk8vPb

I've seen them tweet this before, but not at the right times, or maybe I missed it, Haley has favorited their tweets a couple time, but I had yet to see a Haley video on their channel

Finally, last video of "Soul Side" They played Haley's video for "The Letter" Tongue

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10-18-2017, 03:28 PM (This post was last modified: 10-18-2017 03:28 PM by Miguel.)
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With this album, I thought... "what were the kind of songs I liked most growing up?"... I always admired and adored the 1960s and think these tracks connect to today's issues. As much as things have changed, there's a lot of the same issues that are still going on today.

2 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage:

https://www.facebook.com/HaleyReinhart/v...070360280/
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10-18-2017, 06:01 PM (This post was last modified: 10-18-2017 07:43 PM by Tusk.)
Post: #266
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(10-11-2017 01:23 PM)Tusk Wrote:  The "Store" on Haley's web page used to sell the CD and Better T-Shirt, then a few weeks ago, it linked to Haley's Pledge Music page, and today, it links to nothing...

Looks like the store got updated including a new item, "White Rabbit" themed stickers w/ a pic of Haley sitting oin a mushroom ala Alice in Wonderland....

Quote:Haley Reinhart‏ @HaleyReinhart 8m8 minutes ago
It's me, Alice Jr. here, sitting on my mushroom throne! Find me in my new online store ---> https://www.haleyreinhart.com/store/
#whatsthatsound #sticker
https://twitter.com/HaleyReinhart/status...9041262592

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10-18-2017, 07:37 PM
Post: #267
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Does that mean we might get "Go Ask Alice" as a single/music video next?
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10-18-2017, 08:28 PM
Post: #268
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The stickers are really cool! Smile


(10-18-2017 07:37 PM)mercfan3 Wrote:  Does that mean we might get "Go Ask Alice" as a single/music video next?

Would be cool if that is indeed what they're planning. I'm not a big fan of that song personally. Probably my least played song on WTS. Undecided

"Can't Find My Way Home" is a fantastic song though! I never heard of it before Haley sang it. Would make a great single. IMO Wink
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10-20-2017, 11:53 PM (This post was last modified: 10-21-2017 12:01 AM by john.)
Post: #269
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"What's That Sound?" (Haley Reinhart)
"American Idol" star Haley Reinhart releases her studio debut, putting a fresh twist on rock classics. Her 11 renditions of classic songs from the '60s were recorded on tape using vintage instruments to capture the feel of the era. ...
(Concord Records)
https://www.edgemedianetwork.com/enterta...ic//250021



Follow-on to the interview

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Haley Reinhart on being a strong woman in entertainment: 'I'm glad that we're not being silenced'


Yahoo Music Lyndsey Parker October 18, 2017

Haley Reinhart was only 19 years old when she competed on American Idol in 2011, but viewers could tell right away that she was an old soul. Having been raised on classic ’60 and ’70s music since was a little kid hanging out with her parents’ band, Midnight, in Chicago clubs — a childhood she admits was “badass” — Reinhart brought fire, soul, and life experience to her Fleetwood Mac and Elton John covers. And she even made Idol history when she recruited her father to play guitar on her famous performance of Led Zeppelin’s “What Is and What Should Never Be.”

Reinhart later released two albums of originals, Listen Up! and Better, that were distinctively retro in feel, à la Amy Winehouse or Duffy. But she’s gone completely back to her roots with her third album, What’s That Sound?, featuring interpretations of classics by the Zombies (who personally reached out to praise her version of “Time of the Season”), the Kinks, the Beatles, the Boxtops, the Turtles, and others. The LP even features her dad’s guitar work and her mom’s background vocals, so it’s a true full-circle family affair.

Reinhart tells Yahoo she made sure to include “iconic, especially female, songs” like Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’,” the Shirelles’ “Baby It’s You,” and Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit,” the latter inspired by Reinhart’s mother, who frequently performs the song with Midnight. “She’s such a powerhouse,” Reinhart gushes. “She could do the Grace Slick thing and make her voice do the fun, flaring thing, the vibrato. I’ve just always grown up and been completely almost in a trance, hypnotized by this song and her performance of it.”

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https://www.yahoo.com/music/haley-reinha...01083.html
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11-16-2017, 12:21 PM
Post: #270
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Louisiana State University (LSU) student radio

Quote:Album Review:
"What's That Sound?" by Haley Reinhart
7.5 out of 10

Haley Reinhart, the ex-American Idol contestant, may have fallen off your radar, but it looks like she’s been working some magic behind the scenes. “What’s that Sound?”, a compilation album of 1960s covers, brings out all of her talent, in representing some damn good classics.

The beginning is actually where the album mostly falls flat. “Let’s Start”, one of her three originals, intros the album with a poor attempt at a pop song that feels very awkward atypical of Reinhart. As the second and third tracks play on, there are only hints of what is to come.

It is in “The Letter” and “Can’t Find My Way Home” that sound most like the modern versions of the style she’s been covering. These tracks are great for something contemporary in the area of bluesy guitar strumming, but it is not until “White Rabbit” that the album begins to hold its prize.

Where Reinhart really excels is with a rough and raw, ever-powerful voice in a rock or bluesy setting. In fact, perhaps her rise to stardom is owed to her cover of “House of the Rising Sun”, which, dare I say is as compelling as the original. So for Reinhart to create a pack of songs that deliver 60s classics with her untamed voice, this album soars.

‘White Rabbit” strikes an incredible turn in this album, instantly shifting the interest into her mad and powerful voice. While “White Rabbit” is a bit darker and dauting, the album still only gets better from here. “Somewhere in Between”, actually an original, feels like a convincing 60s lost hit with its smooth and heavy sound. From this point on, Reinhart completely nails all the slow sways, lovely soul, and rock vibes from one classic to another. “Words of Love” is the best song on the album. It’s thanks to her killer vocals that she entirely demonstrates an appropriation to cover these songs.

Reinhart really belongs in this field of music, and has created gnarly original sound with Scott Bradlee (of Post Modern Jukebox) and Casey Abrams. While it’s hard to tell if she’s any good at creating original work, Reinhart aptly revives classic hits with a proper sense of style, including Sinatra, Mamas and the Papas, The Turtles and The Zombies. “What’s That Sound?” makes for a great question, and Haley Reinhart has made a great sound for herself.

http://www.lsunow.com/klsu/album-review-...d653d.html
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