Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale recently posted a tweet on Twitter after a successful global concert that she was the guest star of, and declared that vocalists such as herself and Lena Hall sing as a way of honoring their religion and the muse that inspires them.

As you may recall, Lzzy Hale had announced that she will be one of the guest stars of 2021’s ‘A Bowie Celebration: Just For One Day‘ global concert. The event was broadcasted on January 8 and $2 of each purchased ticket was donated to the Save The Children charity that David Bowie supported wholeheartedly when he was still with us.

Lzzy Hale put on an amazing performance and she shared the stage with a fellow female rock musician, Lena Hall. Their performance was one of the highlights of this year’s Bowie celebration and was applauded by all the attendees. Upon that, Lzzy Hale posted a tweet and explained where the duo’s inspiration comes from.

In her recent tweet, Lzzy Hale said that when vocalists such as herself and Lena Hall perform, especially in honor of iconic figures such as David Bowie, they do their best to emote the magic of their idols and represent the culture and history of rock n’ roll. It has a very deep meaning for them and they transcend in the music that they create because it is their way of practicing their religion and a way to honor the muse that they follow.

Here’s what Lzzy Hale said in her recent tweet:

“What some don’t notice when vocalists like me & Lena Hall sing together/emoting the magic of one of our idols and also holding the flag high for rock ‘n roll.

You can hear in our performance what it means to us. We are transcended by music. It’s our religion & the muse we follow.”

You can check out Lzzy Hale’s tweet below.