STINGRAY DJAZZ INTRODUCES: BETH HART
MAY 15 & 22 AT 21:00 CEST
“Beth Hart is as real as it gets. In a music industry full of glossy production and airbrushed photoshoots, this is one artist who throws down her cards, shares her darkest secrets and invites you to join her for the ride” writes the official website of the Grammy-nominated American singer and songwriter from Los Angeles, California. It is a very accurate description of an artist who mixes blues, fusion, and soul, and consequently translates everything into the musical portrayal of her own life. Besides singing, Hart also plays the piano, which makes it so much more real: the emotions, her musicianship, her professionalism, and her level of artistry. Enjoy Beth Hart’s performance from London's Royal Albert Hall on May 15 at 21:00 CEST, and don’t miss out on her show from New York City's Iridium Jazz Club on May 22 at 21:00 CEST.
Beth Hart - Royal Albert Hall
SATURDAY, MAY 15 AT 21:00 CEST
Beth Hart's 2018 performance at the 5000-seat Royal Albert Hall makes the world-famous venue feel like an intimate club, as she takes the audience on a journey from belted-out songs to intimate piano numbers that showcase the artists’ path through life. During this musical tour-de-force, Hart opened up about her life and spun out intimate stories as she moved through her set. Famously, Hart dedicated one of her songs to her mother, who was in the audience. Beth Hart was accompanied by Jon Nichols (guitars and backing vocals), Bill Ransom (drums and percussion) and Bob Marinelli (bass).
Beth Hart - Front And Center
SATURDAY, MAY 22 AT 21:00 CEST
In 2018, American singer-songwriter Beth Hart released her third live album 'Front and Center – Live from New York', recorded at Iridium Jazz Club in New York City. Beth Hart, who has been active in the music scene since the ‘90s, plays an intimate show that showcases her amazing voice and her piano playing skills, which she proves with the song 'Jazz Man'. The performance’s highlights include the ballad 'Leave the Light On', as well as the final song 'No Place Like Home'. During her performance, Beth Hart is supported by guitarist Jon Nichols, drummer Bill Ransom, bassist Bob Marinelli, and legendary guitarist Sonny Landreth.