Beth Hart

An American singer-songwriter with fourteen records under her belt, Beth Hart is one of the greatest voices on the world rock and blues scene. He took his first steps in California clubs and in 1993 made his debut on the TV show "Star Search," where he earned a victory by performing "Halfway to Heaven" and "Pieces of My Heart." In the same year he released "Beth Hart and the Ocean of Souls," by the group of the same name, which contains a revised pop-rock cover of The Beatles' "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds." He achieved great success in 1999 with "LA Song (Out Of This Town)," a song included in the last season of the series "Beverly Hills 90210" and which went straight into the U.S. Adult Contemporary top 5 and Billboard's Adult Top 40 top 10.
From this point on, Beth Hart 's career soared and success led her to collaborate with the likes of Slash, with whom she sang "Mother Maria" included on the Guns N' Roses guitarist's solo album. Another key collaboration in Hart 's career is with Joe Bonamassa: in fact, together with the famous blues guitarist she records the album "Seesaw," which earned her a 2013 Grammy Awards nomination in the Best Blues Album category. The following year he received an award at the Blues Music Awards in the Instrumentalist - Vocals category. In 2016 with "Fire on the Floor," he debuted at number one on the Billboard Blues Albums Chart, becoming his sixth number one album ever.