Beth Hart

Genres: Blues Pop / Rock
Tags: female vocalists rock singer-songwriter alternative seen live female vocalist blues blues rock Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 2000s
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Los Angeles, California, USA-based singer-songwriter attended the High School for the Performing Arts as a vocal and cello major. She made her first live performances at open mic nights at the Comedy Store and club gigs throughout the South Central area, but her moonlighting resulted in her being expelled from school. Committed to making a career out of music, she hooked up with bass player Tal Herzberg (b. Israel), guitarist Jimmy Khoury and drummer Sergio González to form the Beth Hart Band. The band played wherever they could, gigging at local clubs or on the streets of Santa Monica, where they came to the attention of the Atlantic Records offshoot, 143 Records. They worked with experienced producers Hugh Padgham, David Foster and Mike Clink on their debut set, Immortal. The album, released in 1996, effectively captured the spirit of both the band’s blues-based music and Hart’s fiery vocals. They appeared at Lollapalooza and embarked on a...

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