Isle Of Wight Festival With Beth Hart Confirmed

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Beth Hart

Los Angeles based singer Beth Hart has been confirmed to play the Isle of Wight festival on Sunday 24th June, alongside Bruce Springsteen and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

Beth’s new single, “Sister”, which features Slash, is currently A-listed on BBC Radio 2, she headlines the London Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Saturday 25th February.  Read the official press release here - http://bit.ly/qvLYnl.  

Shepherds Bush will be Beth’s biggest UK headline concert to date.  It follows a whirlwind few months which saw the release of top-20 selling album “Don’t Explain”, a collection of soul classics with guitarist Joe Bonamassa, plus a rapturously received performance at London’s Camden Dingwalls last November.  A limited edition of “Don’t Explain”, featuring 4 previously unheard acoustic tracks, will be released on Monday 20th February by Provogue Records.

The Times said of Beth’s Dingwalls concert “with memorable lyrics, including the priceless line “she drank so hard the bottle ached” this was certainly a gig to be savoured to the last drop”.

Published on 15 February 2012 by Ben Robinson

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