A tribute to the music of the 1960s and 1970s, “What’s That Sound?” was sitting at number four on the iTunes pop albums chart 24 hours after its release. It was Top – on the overall albums chart too.
And it was getting rave reviews from fans. Just check out some of the comments from Facebook:
Randy Kellogg: “This is what we need, real music from a “Real “singer who can actually perform live without auto tune or worse lip syncing.”
Roz Alexander: “I’m in love with this album. Thank you for giving us so much pleasure and joy. This is a homerun, mega hit, a masterpiece for sure. “
James Robert: “Such a great album! Can’t wait to see you perform it live in Denver.”
The album is Haley’s third since finishing third on Season 10 of American Idol. It features 11 covers of songs from the era plus three originals.
There are three collaborations with Scott Bradlee of Postmodern Jukebox and a pair with Casey Abrams, Haley’s frequent duet partner on Idol.
What’s more, Haley’s mom sings harmonies on the album and her dad plays guitar. While Haley was growing up, they were part of a Chicago area cover band.
Oh, and speaking of that Denver date James Robert is looking forward to – Haley is heading out on tour to support her new album.
That tour kicks off Oct. 22 with a show in Phoenix, Ariz., and ends about a month later in Atlanta with 16 shows in between.