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Anybody who’s ever seen Beth perform live or who’s ever cranked up one of her albums knows she’s for real. This woman sings from the depths of her soul, and her voice tells you stories and paints pictures that you just know have to be real…that come from real life and real experiences.
“At times, I’ve been really down in my life”, Beth admits. “But you know, once you deal with it and make sense out of it, it can give you tremendous power”.
Beth started her career as far down as it gets, performing in the streets of Los Angeles, sitting cross-legged with an acoustic guitar and singing her heart out. Her first major gigs weren’t in some concert hall or in some studio, she did the Chitlin’ Circuit, and you don’t blow people away in those venues if you can’t deliver.
Beth has worked with Slash, the former lead guitarist of Guns N’ Roses, and also one of the greatest Rock/Blues fusion guitarists of all times, Jeff Beck, asked her to perform with him. Maybe her greatest collaboration has happened more recently. She met Blues/Rock superstar guitarist, Joe Bonamassa, and they crafted their album ‘Don’t Explain’, nominated at the 23rd Blues Music Awards for ‘Contemporary Blues Album Of The Year’.
And Beth really appreciates that something special has happened to her.
“When I started making this record with Joe, I got a feeling I haven’t had in a long time. For Joe, it’s all about the melody, and, as a singer, I feel so grateful to be working with someone who is so musically evolved.”
With a string of hit songs including ‘L.A. Song (Out Of This Town)’, ‘Leave The Light On’, ‘Good As It Gets’, ‘Take It Easy On Me’, ‘I’ll Take Care Of You’ (with Joe Bonamassa), ‘Your Heart Is As Black As Night’ (with Joe Bonamassa) and ‘Sister’ this is a show not to be missed.
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