BETH HART'S "MY CALIFORNIA" SET FOR MUSIC FROM THE SHOWTIME SERIES CALIFORNICATION SEASON 6

Beth Hart, who received a rare standing ovation at the recent Kennedy Center Honors for her captivating performance of “I’d Rather Go Blind” as part of the Jeff Beck-led tribute to blues legend Buddy Guy, will see her deeply personal song “My California” included on Music From the SHOWTIME® Series ‘Californication’ Season 6, released today, January 15, on the Eone Music Nashville label.

“My California” is the title track of Hart’s 2010 studio album, and was singled out in reviews for its heartfelt simplicity, haunting synth/guitar score, and intimate observations and reflections.  Hart’s new album, Bang Bang Boom Boom, will be released in North America on April 2.

Music From the SHOWTIME® Series ‘Californication’ Season 6 features a previously un-released track from Australian musician/actor/comedian and guest star Tim Minchin, titled “So Long (As We Are Together),” which is performed in character as the mad-as-a-hatter Atticus Fetch.  The album also features tracks from Steve Jones (Sex Pistols) and Marilyn Manson, both of whom have guest starring roles in the show this season.  The album also features music by Ryan Adams, Joe Walsh, Johnny Thunders and more. Season 6 of “Californication” debuts on Sunday, January 13, 2013 at 10:30 PM EST on SHOWTIME.

The SHOWTIME original series “Californication” takes viewers on a wild, witty and sexy ride in the California fast lane. It centers around Hank Moody (series star and executive producer David Duchovny), as a hedonistic novelist who struggles to be a good father to his college-aged daughter, while still carrying a torch for her mother, his ex-girlfriend.  “Californication” has won several awards, including two Emmy® Awards in 2008 and 2009 for Outstanding Cinematography and one Golden Globe® Award in 2008 for Best Actor (Duchovny).

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