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Beth Hart

Grammy award-nominated American singer, songwriter and musician, Beth Hart brings her powerful bluesy rock voice to the Hall, performingher soulful, jazz and blues infused rock music with passion, commitment, humour and grace.

When Beth Hart sings, clocks stop, hearts dance and neck-hair tingles. And when she tells her rollercoaster story, in a West Coast drawl that could distil whisky at fifty paces, it’s every bit as compelling.

Beth had always grown up with music but hers was not a fairy tale ride to where she is now, and every bump in the road has made her story and music more thrilling. Beth says ‘There was definitely difficult stuff, but there was incredible stuff as well. I wouldn’t change any of it, because you bring your experiences to the music.’

In October 2016, Beth released her current studio album Fire on the Floor to critical acclaim and performed a sold out UK tour to rave reviews, so make sure you get your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

Photo credit: Paul Sabine

Standard Price £37 | £41.50

Plus an optional £1 postage fee for tickets to be posted.

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"Her personal struggles have defined her and her music and the end result is an assured performer who connects totally with her crowd and her pain has given her an enviable oeuvre that she never fails to deliver with passion, commitment, humour and grace." - Bristol24/7

“With every album and tour she seems to go from strength to strength. Beth Hart is one of the truly great singer-songwriters of our time, a genre-defying powerhouse vocalist.” – National Rock Review

 “There are singers, there are good singers - and then there is Beth Hart. The Bridgewater Hall was the latest in a series of sold out venues around the UK to experience the power, passion and purity of this extraordinary artist.” – Lancashire Telegraph

“The personal anecdotes that introduced each solo performance made songs such as the already poignant 'Mama This One's For You' and the simple but elegant 'No Place Like Home' all the more emotive and all the more powerful.” – Fabrications