Beth Hart makes a rare solo appearance at The Pantages Theater April 23. This is a re-schedule from her planned trip to town last September before medical issues sidelined the songstress. Tickets from that earlier show will be honored. There are still some tickets available. Details can be found HERE
Blues aficionados have been aware of Los Angeles Beth Hart for years. She is a vocal powerhouse who has worked extensively with the likes of Joe Bonamassa, Jeff Beck and Slash. Her abilities span a dazzling range of genres. Blues Magazine referred to her as “The ultimate female rock star.” The London Times characterized her once in a generation voice as “Extraordinary!”
The true hallmark of Hart’s style is her immediacy. She is that rare artist who is able to really get inside a song. Honest emotions spill from the stage. Her concerts are characterized as incendiary, brooding and inspiring.
Despite the history of working with musical heavyweights, this time around we get the raw, unvarnished truth. Just Beth and her piano or guitar. Tour stop reviews have been glowing. This is a concert that should appeal to a wide array of music fans.
Hart was selected to sing for Buddy Guy at his recent Kennedy Center Honors induction ceremony. With vocal characteristics of both Etta James and Bette Midler, she is one of a kind. A visceral mix of rough edged, brash and vulnerable.