EXCLUSIVE SOLO SHOWS IN BEAUTIFUL SETTINGSOCTOBER / NOVEMBER 2017

LEEDS TOWN HALL – 30th OCTOBER
BATH FORUM – 1st NOVEMBER
COVENTRY CATHEDRAL – 30th NOVEMBER

24 HOUR TICKET PRE-SALE ON THURSDAY 1st JUNE
FROM www.alttickets.com/beth-hart-presale

TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY 2nd JUNE
BOOK ONLINE: www.alttickets.com/beth-hart-tickets
www.gigantic.com

24 HOUR BOX OFFICE: 0844 871 8819


“Beth Hart has a blues-rock voice so ballsy,
it could pin you to the wall.”

– The Times

Following her critically acclaimed Fire On The Floor UK tour in November 2016, Grammy nominated singer-songwriter, Beth Hart will perform three exclusive solo concerts in beautiful settings during October and November 2017.

The concerts will take in Leeds Town Hall (Monday 30th October), The Forum, Bath(Wednesday 1st November) and Coventry Cathedral (Friday 3rd November).

Sultry blues, jazzy influences, rocking tunes and touching ballads; Beth Hart does it all!

There will be a 24 hour ticket pre-sale for Beth Hart fans on Thursday 1st June from www.bethhart.com/tour. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday 2nd June, and will be available from the 24 hour ticket box office: 0844 871 8819 or book from www.alt-tickets.co.uk.

Photo Credit: © Laurence Harvey

“Beth Hart is a phenomenon.
– Rockshot


“Hart was part Tina Turner, part Bonnie Tyler-like pop powerhouse with a side-serving of county. Whether playing acoustic guitar or piano or rocking out with her fantastic four-piece band, Hart was a force field laying bare her rollercoaster ride of a life.  ”
– The Times

Photo Credit: © Mona Nordoy

“With Beth Hart, you get a versatile, genre-defying powerhouse of a vocalist and one of the great female singers of our time.
– National Rock Review

“Beth Hart is at the top of her game. The new material
fits perfectly, the older chestnuts sparkle and she illuminates some well-chosen covers with a mix of
raunch, passion and simply the joy of singing. It
doesn’t get much better than this.”

– Get Ready To Rock

Photo Credit: © Mona Nordoy

EXCLUSIVE SOLO SHOWS IN BEAUTIFUL SETTINGSOCTOBER / NOVEMBER 2017

24 HOUR TICKET PRE-SALE ON THURSDAY 1st JUNE
FROM www.alttickets.com/beth-hart-presale

TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY 2nd JUNE
BOOK ONLINE: www.alttickets.com/beth-hart-tickets
www.gigantic.com
24 HOUR BOX OFFICE: 0844 871 8819

LEEDS, TOWN HALL
MONDAY 30th OCTOBER 2017

24 Hour Box Office:
0844 871 8819
Venue Box Office: 0113 376 0318
Book Online: www.alttickets.com/beth-hart-tickets, Leeds Town Hall, gigantic.com
Venue Email:
boxoffice@leeds.gov.uk
Leeds Town Hall, The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 3AD
www.leeds.gov.uk/townhall

BATH, THE FORUM
WEDNESDAY 1st NOVEMBER 2017

24 Hour Box Office:
0844 871 8819
Venue Box Office: 0844 888 9991
Book Online: www.alttickets.com/beth-hart-tickets, Ticketline, gigantic.com
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The Forum, 1a Forum Buildings, St James Parade, Bath, BA1 1UG
www.bathforum.co.uk

COVENTRY CATHEDRAL
FRIDAY 3rd NOVEMBER 2017

24 Hour Box Office:
0844 871 8819
Book Online: www.alttickets.com/beth-hart-tickets, gigantic.com
Coventry Cathedral, 1 Hill Top, Coventry, CV1 5AB
www.coventrycathedral.org.uk

BETH HART – BIOGRAPHY

Beth Hart is on fire. Right now, the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter is riding a creative tidal wave, firing out acclaimed albums, hooking up with the biggest names in music and rocking the house each night with that celebrated burnt-honey voice. In 2016, the headline news is Beth’s latest album, Fire On The Floor (out 14 October 2016 (Europe / Australia / New Zealand) and 3 February 2017 (US / Canada) on Provogue/Mascot Label Group): a release that even this fiercely self-critical artist describes as “pretty frickin’ good”. But let’s not forget the backstory that brought her here…

The Blues Magazine once dubbed Beth Hart “the ultimate female rock star”, and there’s no doubt that her two-decade career is the ultimate thrill-ride. Born in Los Angeles, she released a fistful of hit albums through the ’90s, then reignited in the post-millennium as both a solo artist and the head-turning vocalist for guitar heroes like Joe Bonamassa, Jeff Beck, Buddy Guy and Slash. “Extraordinary,” wrote The Times of her once-a-generation voicebox, while The Guardian praised her “daring, brooding and angry” performances. It’s no wonder she’s been nominated for three Blues Music Awards.

But it’s in recent times that Beth has truly blossomed. In April 2015, she released Better Than Home: a critical and commercial smash that topped the iTunes Blues Chart and was crowned #4 Best Blues Album Of The Year by Mojo magazine. The release led her to fill Amsterdam’s Heineken Music Hall with 5,500 fans (her largest club show to date). “Oh, that was so good, man,” she reflects. “I love Holland. They’ve been really good to me.”

The US has embraced her, too, packing ever-larger venues in major cities on the Better Than Home tour – including Nashville’s iconic Ryman Auditorium – and receiving a nomination from the American Blues Foundation in the category of Contemporary Blues Female Artist. “It’s unbelievable,” she admits. “This last tour, we were playing much bigger houses than I’d ever played in the States – and they were sold-out.” Meanwhile, on the other side of the pond, Beth’s rocketing UK profile has never been higher. Recent years have seen auspicious headline sets at the Royal Albert Hall and the Barbican (not to mention the historic Hampton Court Palace with Joe Bonamassa), and in December 2015, she chalked up another first with a spot on Jools Holland’s legendary annual Hootenanny.

Bringing in the New Year with a soulful take on Tell Her You Belong To Me and Nutbush City Limits alongside long-time collaborator Jeff Beck, it spoke volumes that the pair’s performance rapidly became the Hootenanny’s most-watched clip on the BBC’s official YouTube channel (even overtaking heavyweights like Tom Jones and Paul Weller). “Every time Jeff performs, he just kills it,” gushes Beth, who also joins the veteran guitarist for her first-ever appearance at the Hollywood Bowl this year. “To me, he’s the greatest ever.”

Just as memorable, also last December, was Beth’s first solo gig at London’s Union Chapel (subsequently voted by fans as the venue’s gig of the year). “It was the most terrifying experience of my entire life,” she admits. “I got up there and I was so frickin’ scared. But then, halfway through the show, I just started to enjoy it. By the end, I felt so connected to the audience, and I really felt like they did that show with me. It was like we were all the band.”

Fire On The Floor is sure to build on her breakneck momentum. The record gave her an emotional release following the bitter-sweet sessions for Better Than Home. Fire On The Floor is the album that Beth Hart needed to make. Likewise, it’s a record that you need to hear. “I’m so pleased with it,” she concludes. “I recently had to organise the sequence of the record, and while I was doing that, I was thinking to myself, ‘Y’know, this is pretty frickin’ good…!’”

Beth Hart is going on an extensive tour that will pack houses all over the world.  Time and time again Beth has sold out venues in cities as New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Berlin, Milan, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Tbilisi, Sydney and Melbourne.

But maybe her greatest live performance to date was seen by millions of television viewers, when her tribute to Buddy Guy on the Kennedy Center Honors Special received one of the only 2 standing ovations of the evening, led by President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle.

Every live performance gets a standing ovation, because no one knows how to rock the house better than Beth Hart.  When she sings clocks stop, hearts dance and neck-hair tingles…it’s that compelling!

Photo Credit: © Mona Nordoy

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