Halloway Williams’s (stage name of Billie Sue Bracken) ROCKABYE is a hushed, glimmering meditation on growth, loss, and queer identity.

BY DAILY YINZ

The EP’s five tracks purl outward like ripples on a sylvan memory pond whose surface has been stirred by the gentle toss of a stone. Pianos echo, synths gurgle, spare percussion crackles, and Bracken’s feathery voice weaves childhood memories and adult torments together in a dreamlike tapestry.

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Pittsburgh musician Halloway Williams releases "magical" new EP ROCKABYE

BY DANI JANAE

Pittsburgh-based musician Billie Sue Bracken, who performs under the name Halloway Williams, released her new EP, ROCKABYE, on a day she considers magical. 

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Pittsburgh Plays Fleetwood Mac

The ladies get center stage in Pittsburgh Plays Fleetwood Mac

As one of the best-selling bands of all time, Fleetwood Mac is never really out of the spotlight, even when they’re doing nothing at all.

But the past 14 months have been particularly good for the legendary band, which saw “Dreams” leap back into the Billboard Hot 100, sparked by the viral Tik Tok of an Idaho truck driver just loving life, skateboarding down the road lip-synching the song and swigging a bottle of Ocean Spray. 

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Pittsburgh musician Halloway shows us that we can be anything we want to be with her new single, “Start Again.”

BY JOEY SPEHAR

Pittsburgh musician Halloway spent the better part of 2020 reinventing herself. Part of that process meant taking the wheel when it comes to materializing music that’s inside of her. 

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