Recognized as one of her generation’s most talented voices, GRAMMY-nominated powerhouse vocalist Beth Hart is as real as it gets with her raw, powerful blues-rock sound. From low and gritty to belting it out, she puts it all out there on the stage, throwing down all of her cards and sharing her darkest secrets. The singer has performed with legendary guitarists Joe Bonamassa and Slash, sold out shows at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and London’s Royal Albert Hall, and topped Billboard’s charts six times.
Fans of Joe Bonamassa, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Samantha Fish, Jeff Beck, Jonny Lang, and Grace Potter will swoon at the feet of Beth Hart.
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Most recently, Beth Hart took on one of her most profound undertakings to date by channeling the legendary voice of Robert Plant on A Tribute To Led Zeppelin. The nine-track album highlights the incredible musical spectrum that Led Zeppelin operated in.
All that was left was the final piece of the puzzle... the voice. Things clicked into place when Cavallo was producing Hart's previous album, War In My Mind (2019), and she did an impromptu version of "Whole Lotta Love" in the studio. He later asked about doing a whole record. Beth said, "I'm not doing this whole album. To do Zeppelin, you've got to be pissed off to hit that right. I can't go there; I've worked years to put my rage away."
She continues, "Then the pandemic and all the things around it hit. So now I'm pissed off. I called my manager and said, 'Have Rob and Doug send me all the music because I am ready to do this.'" If you were to rewind, you could say the story for a Led Zeppelin album started further back; in May 2004, Hart prowled the stage at the Paradiso in Amsterdam for an incendiary performance of "Whole Lotta Love." The song became a semi-regular fixture in her setlist over the years, including a memorable performance with Slash.
At 50–and proud of it–Beth is basking in a golden period. The success of 2019's War In My Mind album has garnered yet more critical acclaim, growing sales, and sold-out shows. New fans might know Beth as the all-conquering global icon, dubbed "extraordinary" by The Times and "daring, brooding and angry" by The Guardian.