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American singer-songwriter Beth Hart first found fame when her 1999 single “LA Song (Out of This Town)” was featured on the hit TV show “Beverly Hills 90210.” The track, which was on her second studio album “Screamin’ For My Supper” was a Billboard Hot 100 hit and helped propel her into the mainstream after the relatively minor success of her first releases. But this was before her career faltered due to drug and alcohol problems, and it was four more years before she re-emerged with a new record “Leave the Light On.”
Known for her eclectic sound, which includes blues, rock, jazz and soul, Hart has a powerful range, which is full of emotion, ensuring the audience really feels she means what she sings. This was especially apparent during her 2012 performance of the Etta James classic “I’d Rather Go Blind” when she appeared alongside guitarist Jeff Beck at a tribute to blues legend Buddy Guy. She’s worked with numerous other rock titans, including Deep Purple and Slash.
This current mammoth European tour sees her performing with recent collaborator, American blues rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa, with whom she co-wrote her 2011 album “Don’t Explain.”
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