海莉·伊丽莎白·赖因哈特（Haley Elizabeth Reinhart）（出生于1990年9月9日）是美国歌手，歌曲作者和配音演员，来自芝加哥郊区伊利诺伊州的惠灵。在《美国偶像》第十季获得第三名之后，她首先扬升。2011年7月，赖因哈特与Interscope Records签署了唱片合约。她的首张专辑Listen Up！于2012年5月22日发行，获得好评，她随后成为第一位在Lollapalooza演出的美国偶像校友。在2012年因公司管理层变更而被Interscope Records抛弃后，Reinhart 于2014 年扩大了与音乐发行商ole的协议。除了与ole的持续交易外，Reinhart 于2016年3月与ICM Partners签约。
雷因哈特（Reinhart）在2015年因斯科特·布拉德利（Scott Bradlee）的后现代点唱机而进行的表演和巡回演出赢得了广泛认可。她与乐队最著名的合作是在Radiohead的“ Creep ” 的爵士专辑中连续58周在Billboard的Jazz Digital Songs排行榜上获得好评。同年，她获得了额外的通知时，她覆盖的猫王的‘ 无法自拔的爱上 ’，这是在一个商业的使用额外的口香糖，成为病毒的感觉，在16号对美国的见顶成人当代图表，后来证明白金由美国唱片业协会于10月4日，2019年莱因哈特赢得了戛纳电影节的金狮娱乐和克里奥国际广告奖在2016年的歌曲。此外，她做了她的配音处女作比尔·墨菲在Netflix的动画喜剧《为家庭而生》（F Is for Family）于2015年12月18日举行。她再次担任该系列第二，第三和第四季的主要演员。
她的第二张录音室专辑Better扩展了最初构思的EP，并于4月8日发行了单曲和主打曲目“ Better ”之后，于2016年4月29日发行。专辑在Billboard的Independent Albums排行榜上排名第22 位。她在2016年夏季全美巡回演唱会和2017年5月和2017年6月在全欧洲举行的春季巡回演唱会中支持发行该专辑。莱因哈特的第三张录音室专辑《那是什么？，于2017年9月22日通过Concord Records发行。这张专辑共制作了四张单曲，其中包括首张单曲《Baby It’s You》，该专辑于2017年 6月16日发行。Reinhart在2017年秋季的美国头条个人巡回演唱会中为专辑提供了支持。
在2018年，Reinhart在Jeff Goldblum的首张专辑The Capitol Studios Sessions和Vicetone的单曲“ Something Strange ”中成为特色歌手，并在Billboard的Dance / Mix Show Airplay榜单上排名第23 位。2018年6月1日，她发行了独立单曲“ Last Kiss Goodbye”，在Billboard的Jazz Digital Songs榜上排名第15位。Reinhart的第四张录音室专辑《Lo-Fi Soul》于2019年3月27日发行。专辑共制作了四首单曲，包括主打单曲《 Do n’t Know How to Love You》，该专辑于2018年9月14日发行。
赖因哈特（Reinhart）将在罗伯特·罗德里格斯（Robert Rodriguez）即将上映的科幻超级英雄电影《我们可以成为英雄》（We Can Be Heroes）中进行真人表演，处女作将通过Netflix发行。
莱因哈特（Reinhart）的风格因将主流流行音乐与复古流行音乐和传统爵士音乐融合而闻名。她在偶像上的表演通常因其以乔普林式摇滚基础为基础的爵士和蓝调元素而广受赞誉。赖因哈特（Reinhart）的首张专辑也因融合了各种音乐流派而闻名，例如流行音乐，节奏布鲁斯（R＆B），摇滚和灵魂音乐，并被组合为“永恒而不可抗拒的清新”。赖因哈特（Reinhart）精心制作音乐，以反映“对我来说意义非凡的原始音乐才能”。在她的第一张专辑中，她描述道：“这不是要努力去做，而是要有纯粹的感觉和精力。对我来说，这是重要的东西。这就是我今天想带回音乐界的东西。” Popdust的杰森·斯科特（Jason Scott）指出莱因哈特（Reinhart）的s谐方式：“她抒发抒情诗……一种不受约束，大胆的自信，并带有眨眼和微笑。”在对Better的评论中，他还认为“她的框架始终是30年代和40年代的爵士标准，并涂有60年代迪斯科的漆面，并涂上了同样的灵魂。”莱因哈特（Reinhart）将其描述为“精明，爵士，完全违背流派的创作歌手”。关于莱因哈特（Reinhart）的风格，《阿特伍德杂志》（Atwood Magazine）指出：“从她的偶像时代的蓝调摇滚小妞到她的首张专辑《Lake Up！》中更受流行音乐驱使的Motown氛围，以及她最新专辑《Better，赖因哈特一次又一次地证明她不是万事通，而是每个人的大师和最高创新者。”
莱因哈特（Reinhart）的新灵魂音乐和节奏布鲁斯（R＆B）声音已与阿黛尔（Adele），达菲（Duffy）和艾米·怀恩豪斯（Amy Winehouse）等现代人的声音进行了比较，而她的复古流行，迪斯科和爵士音乐则等同于南希·辛纳屈（Nancy Sinatra），戴安娜·罗斯（Diana Ross）和最高法院（Supremes），艾瑞莎·富兰克林（Aretha Franklin）和其他Motown艺术家。《 阿特伍德杂志》进一步将海莉归因于海莉“拥有贾尼斯·乔普林的狂野一面，埃拉·菲茨杰拉德（Ella Fitzgerald）的班级以及埃塔·詹姆斯（Etta James）的尖端影响力，这证明她无能为力。”
赖因哈特（Reinhart ）成长过程中受父母的折衷音乐品味的影响，受到摇滚，放克，流行，爵士，布鲁斯甚至非洲打击乐等各种音乐风格的极大启发。他们是Janis Joplin和Jimi Hendrix等摇滚传奇人物的粉丝，也是更传统的开拓性爵士艺术家的粉丝。更具体地说，她引用了甲壳虫乐队以及乐队成员保罗·麦卡特尼和约翰·列侬的音乐风格。她说“人们总是想让我说出一个女性名字”，并进一步解释说，这样的举动对她来说不是现实的，而且这样说是不明智的。她钦佩歌手在某些时候表现出柔和，蓝调的声音，而在其他时候表现出原始，坚韧，内脏的声音的能力。由于父母的影响，她还长大了像莎拉·沃恩（ Sarah Vaughan），哈特（ Heart）和托尼·贝内特（ Tony Bennett）这样的艺术家。在她年轻的时候，她还帮助Billie Holiday妈妈学习歌曲。她解释说：“我只是通过散发出不同的曲调和学习不同的体裁而获得了非常好的听觉。” 她的专辑 Better受到复古放克乐队 Sly和Family Stone的极大启发。
莱因哈特（Reinhart）小时候回忆起观看凯利·克拉克森（Kelly Clarkson）赢得《偶像》的第一个赛季，并随后对参与此过程产生了兴趣。在她担任《偶像》的整个过程中，法官们一直在声音上和风格上将赖因哈特与贾尼斯·乔普林进行比较。这种比较通常会影响赖因哈特（Reinhart）将摇滚元素注入她的许多表演的决定，包括“旭日之屋”和“你与我”。在展览期间及之后，她的一些现代艺术影响力包括Corinne Bailey Rae，Esperanza Spalding和JanelleMonáe。她尊重并钦佩他们忠于自己的工艺，不向主流行业销售产品。
她从露西尔·鲍尔（Lucille Ball），安·玛格丽特（Ann-Margret）和南希·辛纳屈（Nancy Sinatra）汲取表演影响力，她因其大胆，女性化和美丽而钦佩。她还喜欢超现实主义的电影，并喜欢电影“大鱼”（Big Fish），“ 普莱森维尔（Pleasantville）”和“ 美国美女”（American Beauty）。
Haley Elizabeth Reinhart (born September 9, 1990) is an American singer, songwriter and voice actress from Wheeling, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. She first rose to prominence after placing third in the tenth season of American Idol. In July 2011, Reinhart signed a recording deal with Interscope Records. Her debut album Listen Up! was released on May 22, 2012, to critical acclaim, and she subsequently became the first American Idol alumna to perform at Lollapalooza. After being dropped by Interscope Records following a change in the company’s management in 2012, Reinhart expanded the agreement she had with her music publisher, ole, in 2014. Reinhart signed with ICM Partners in March 2016, in addition to her ongoing deal with ole.
Reinhart garnered widespread recognition in 2015 for performing and touring with Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox. Her most notable collaboration with the band on a Jazz cover of Radiohead’s “Creep” spent 58 consecutive weeks on Billboard’s Jazz Digital Songs chart and received critical acclaim. In the same year, she gained additional notice when her cover of Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love”, which was used in a commercial for Extra Gum, became a viral sensation, peaked at number 16 on the US Adult Contemporary chart, and was later certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America on October 4, 2019. Reinhart won a Cannes Lion for Entertainment and a Clio Award for the song in 2016. Additionally, she made her voice acting debut as Bill Murphy in the Netflix animated comedy F Is for Family on December 18, 2015. She reprised the role as a main cast member in the series’ second, third, and fourth seasons.
Her second studio album, Better, served as an expansion of an initially conceived EP and was released on April 29, 2016, following the lead single and title track, “Better”, which was released on April 8. The album debuted at number 22 on Billboard’s Independent Albums chart. She supported the release of the album with a 2016 summer headlining tour that was held throughout the United States and a spring leg that was held throughout Europe in May and June 2017. Reinhart’s third studio album, What’s That Sound?, was released September 22, 2017 through Concord Records. The album produced four singles in total, including the lead single, “Baby It’s You”, which was released June 16, 2017. Reinhart supported the album with a 2017 fall US headlining solo tour.
In 2018, Reinhart gained additional notice as a featured vocalist on Jeff Goldblum’s debut album The Capitol Studios Sessions and on Vicetone’s single “Something Strange”, which peaked at number 23 on Billboard’s Dance/Mix Show Airplay charts. On June 1, 2018, she released the standalone single “Last Kiss Goodbye”, which charted at number 15 on Billboard’s Jazz Digital Songs chart. Reinhart’s fourth studio album, Lo-Fi Soul, was released on March 27, 2019. The album produced four singles in total, including the lead single “Don’t Know How to Love You”, which was released on September 14, 2018. The album was supported with a headlining North American tour in the fall of 2019.
Reinhart will make her live-action acting debut in Robert Rodriguez’s upcoming science fiction superhero film, We Can Be Heroes, set to be released via Netflix.
Reinhart’s style has been noted for its infusion of mainstream pop with elements of retro-pop and traditional jazz. Her performances on Idol were often critically praised for their jazzy and bluesy elements built upon a Joplin-esque rock foundation. Reinhart’s debut album was also distinguished for its fusion of various musical genres, such as pop, R&B, rock and roll, and soul into a combination that has been described as “timeless and irresistibly fresh.” Reinhart has crafted her music to reflect “that raw musicianship that means so much to me.” Of her first album she describes “it wasn’t about trying so hard; it was all about pure feeling and energy. To me that’s the important stuff. That’s what I want to bring back into music today.” Jason Scott of Popdust noted Reinhart for the “slinky way she delivers a lyric… an unfettered, daring confidence masked with a wink and a smile.” In a review for Better, he also opined that “her framework has always been the jazz standards of the ’30s and ’40s with a lacquered coat of ’60s disco, with a bit of soul painted on for equal measure.” Zach Dionne for Fuse described Reinhart as a “soulful, jazzy, altogether genre-defying singer-songwriter.” Of Reinhart’s style, Atwood Magazine noted “from the bluesy rocker-chick during her Idol era to her more pop-driven Motown vibe in her first album Listen Up! to her current jazz-funk fusion sound on her latest album Better, Reinhart has proven time and time again that she is no jack-of-all-trades, but the master and supreme innovator of each one.”
Reinhart’s neo soul and R&B sounds have been compared to those of her modern contemporaries like Adele, Duffy, and Amy Winehouse, while her retro pop, disco, and jazz sounds have been equated to Nancy Sinatra, Diana Ross and the Supremes, Aretha Franklin, and other Motown artists. Atwood Magazine further attributed Haley “with the wild side of Janis Joplin, the class of Ella Fitzgerald, and the cutting-edge influence of Etta James, which proves that there is nothing she can’t do.”
Voice and timbre
Reinhart is vocally a light lyric soprano and her range spans three octaves. Reinhart’s voice has been praised for its identifiable rasp and growl, which she is able to control for extended periods of time without suffering any vocal degradation. She has been noted for her ability to easily transition from gentle vibratos and whispers in her lower register to “guttural bellows” in her belting register. Reinhart’s voice has also received praise for its “smoky”, sultry quality and resonant sound. She has been recognized further for the versatility of her voice and for the effective use of her falsetto.
Reinhart has been lauded for her scatting techniques reminiscent of Fitzgerald, as well as for her yodeling. Her frequent call and response sessions during her live performances have also received particular praise. Reinhart’s early vocal training came from her mother, and she has never been trained professionally. Growing up, she learned her scatting and call-and-response techniques from her father, who would scat and then make her repeat the sounds back to him.
British singer Corinne Bailey Rae is one of Reinhart’s modern musical influences
Reinhart is heavily inspired by various musical genres, including rock and roll, funk, pop, jazz, blues, and even African percussion, due to her parents’ eclectic musical tastes while she was growing up. They were fans of rock legends such as Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix as well as more traditional pioneering jazz artists. More specifically, she cites The Beatles and band members Paul McCartney and John Lennon as her greatest musical influences. She states that “people always want me to say a female name”, and further explains that such an action would not be reality for her and that saying so would be disingenuous. She admires the singers’ ability to have smooth, bluesy voices at some points and raw, gritty, visceral voices at others. Due to her parents’ influences, she also grew up idolizing such artists as Sarah Vaughan, Heart, and Tony Bennett. When she was young, she also helped her mother learn songs by Billie Holiday. She explains, “I got a really good ear from just shedding out different tunes and learning different genres.” Her album Better was heavily inspired by retro funk band Sly and the Family Stone.
Reinhart recalls, as a child, watching Kelly Clarkson win the first season of Idol and becoming subsequently interested in participating in the process. Throughout her time on Idol, the judges consistently compared Reinhart vocally and stylistically to Janis Joplin. This comparison often influenced Reinhart’s decision to infuse rock elements into many of her performances, including “House of the Rising Sun” and “You and I”. Some of her modern artistic influences during and following her time on the show include Corinne Bailey Rae, Esperanza Spalding, and Janelle Monáe. She respects and admires them for remaining true to their craft and not selling out to the mainstream industry.
She draws acting influences from Lucille Ball, Ann-Margret, and Nancy Sinatra, whom she admires for their audacity, femininity, and beauty. She also prefers surrealist cinema and admires films such as Big Fish, Pleasantville, and American Beauty.
2012 – Listen Up! (Deluxe Edition)
2016 – Better
2017 – What’s That Sound
2019 – Lo-Fi Soul