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Haley Reinhart Is a Tiger Queen, Covers Radiohead's 'Creep' During Billboard Live At-Home Concert

Introducing herself as "Haley Exotic Reinhart," the American Idol alum welcomed fans to her ferocious Billboard Live At-Home concert on Friday afternoon (April 3) wearing a Tiger King-inspired print dress she admitted "might remind you of something you've recently seen on Netflix."

Backed by guitarist Balam Garcia, Reinhart's acoustic set raised money for MusiCares, the nonprofit organization incorporated by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences in 1993, which provides health, financial and rehabilitation resources to music workers in need.

"We are here to support artists," she said. "Luckily I'm partnering up with not only Billboard today, but also MusiCares. and I've done some really cool stuff with them in the past helping to give back to these artists and musicians all around the world that need some relief during this crazy time. Anything you can do to donate, please do."

The soulful songstress began her Billboard Live concert with the songs "Honey, There Is the Door" and "Crack the Code" from her latest album Lo-Fi Soul.

"Really with what's going on right now I want to get this point across," she explained. "It's all about cracking the code. So in this case I hope we can find eternal love and peace in all the things that are going on right now. Sending you all love and light."

Reinhart ended the set with two impeccable covers that showed off her raspy and powerful vocals: Radiohead's "Creep" and Janis Joplin's "Piece of My Heart."

Watch Reinhart's entire Billboard Live At-Home concert above, and donate to MusiCares here.
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