Beth Hart

Biography

Beth Hart (Los Angeles, January 24, 1972) is an American singer-songwriter became famous with her single "LA Song (Out of This Town)", which aired in the episode 17 of the tenth and final season of Beverly Hills 90210.
His music ranges of different genres: blues, pop, jazz, rock to gospel. He began playing in clubs in Los Angeles and began working with bassist Tal Herzberge guitarist Jimmy Khoury. In 1993 he participated in the program "Star Search," presented by Ed McMahon, singing "Halfway to Heaven" and "Pieces of My Heart" and winning the program.
In 2011 he began his collaboration with Joe Bonamassa, primarily by providing the voice for the song "No Love On The Street" on his album Dust Bowl (March 2011). They also worked together on the new album "Do not Explain" in which are the soul classics sung by Beth Hart under the notes of Bonamassa. The album was released on Sept. 27, 2011 in the United States.

The artistic collaboration with Bonamassa continues after the first experiences and, in 2013, the album was released titled Seesaw that contains eleven very enjoyable covers, including Them There Eyes by Louis Armstrong, Nutbush City Limits by Ike & Tina Turner and the Seesaw Aretha Franklin.

Latest Release

Artist: BETH HART
Title: FIRE ON THE FLOOR

Genre: Blues Rock
Release date: 2016-10-14
Label: Mascot Records
Format: Disponibile in CD, LP+MP3, LP+MP3 orange marble - limited edition