Having sold out her biggest UK concert at London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall on Friday 4th May 2018, Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Beth Hart and her band will embark on a 14-date UK & Irish tour in April and May 2018. It was midnight in the mid-‘70s when the then four-year-old Beth first realised music was for her. Her passion never wavered but the road to success was far from smooth. Beth’s big break came in 1993, when a $50 bet with a friend led her on to a TV talent show which she won. Signed to Atlantic Records, Beth worked with top producers on 1996’s Immortal and scored international hits with cuts like Am I The One. But again, pressure affected her badly and it took the intervention of road manager Scott Guetzkow to pull her back from the brink. Around the turn of the millennium, however, Beth made big changes in her life, drove to Vegas, married Guetzkow and never looked back. Though her feet stayed on the ground, the musical highs returned. In 2003, she shot back with third album, Leave the Light On followed in 2005 with her Live at Paradiso release from Amsterdam. In 2007, 37 Days gave Beth the European hit Good As It Gets, and in 2010, My California found her singing with new sensitivity about personal themes, in particular the loss of her beloved sister, Sharon, on Sister Heroine. To date, Beth counts some of rock’s most iconic guitarists amongst her collaborators, including British veteran Jeff Beck and ex-Guns N’ Roses legend Slash. But it was a chance meeting with the blues star Joe Bonamassa in a hotel lobby that changed her trajectory, resulting in an invitation to sing on the Kevin Shirley-produced soul-rock covers album that became 2011’s Don’t Explain. It was Hart’s tipping-point and the perfect springboard for Bang Bang Boom Boom in 2012 – a collection of 11 original songs recorded live by Kevin Shirley. It was followed by 2013’s Seesaw which received a Grammy nomination in the category: Best Blues Album. In 2015, Beth released the critically acclaimed studio album Better Than Home and toured the globe followed in October 2016 by the studio album Fire On The Floor.