Halestorm Ties Record Atop Mainstream Rock Songs

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Lzzy Hale of Halestorm performs at Iron City on April 28, 2015 in Birmingham, Alabama.

As Halestorm's "Amen" jumps 4-1 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs chart (dated Aug. 1), the Lzzy Hale-fronted band ties a record.

The group matches the mark for the most leaders, three, by an act with a female vocalist. Since the airplay chart launched in 1981, only the Pretty Reckless, led by Taylor Momsen, has led the list as many times, establishing the mark when "Follow Me Down" became its third No. 1 on the chart dated May 2.Halestorm had most recently led the ranking with "Apocalyptic" (March 28) after first crowning the list in 2013 with "Freak Like Me." (With the release of its third studio set, Into the Wild Life, earlier this year, Halestorm became the only female-fronted group to top Hard Rock Albums twice since it originated in 2007.)

Halestorm and the Pretty Reckless remain the only two female-fronted bands to lead Mainstream Rock Songs since the last solo woman, Alannah Myles, reigned with "Black Velvet" in 1990.\

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