“There are singers, there are good singers – and then there is Beth Hart. The Bridgewater Hall was the latest in a series......
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One of the biggest talents out there. Been a fan for years now. She never ceases to amaze me with her voice.
I was just introduced to this wonderful singer and her music...all I can say is OMG and where have I been all my life...best singer ever
I am 74 yrs old and have just discovered you, I can't believe your voice it just mesmerizes me. I first heard you and Joe Bonamassa singing I'll take care of you, and I was hooked. I intend to come to Bristol on 1st May and see you in person. Thank you for making an old lady feel young again.
Thanks for getting me through the worst part of my life. "Over You" made that happen. I love you so much. You mean so much to me. I have been your fan since Star Search but mostly since Screaming For My Supper. It is still the best album I have ever heard in years
"The first time I heard you was in 2012, the Don't Explain album was playing and I was instantly hooked. I'd never heard a singer who inspired me to that depth before. Soon after I had all your discography. You are absolutely incredible, I had the privilege of watching you perform twice during the Montreal Jazz Festival this summer and it was nothing short of magical. At Club Soda I was right there front row and it was like a dream come true. Thank you for being so genuine, so raw. You've inspired me to go back to my piano and work harder on my music, and I can't thank you enough."
"Beth Hart does not perform, there is nothing about what she does that is "staged." She is possessed. I don't know by what, but, there is no earthly explanation for what this girl does. The magic extends in the way she connects with her audience. Getting right down in there with them, but never for an instant losing her hold on the song she is singing, looking directly into their eyes in a mutual wallowing of love, appreciation, and admiration, she leaves all present under the magic of her spell, being at once so totally human yet so totally supernatural."