Beth Hart: thanks the public with a single

Beth Hart: thanks the public with a single

Taking a break from the live scene for serious health reasons (a severe reaction to drugs) Beth Hart comes out with a deeply personal piece entitled Little Heartbreak Girl”, produced by Kevin Shirley (South African producer who has worked among others with Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Dream Theater, Joe Bonamassa and with the supergroup Black Country Communion).

The song expresses gratitude towards the fans who continue to follow and encourage her despite the recent challenges that led her to cancel various stages of the tour, including the one in Italy last year at the Arcimboldi in Milan (rescheduled for 12/15/2024).

Music has the power to heal especially if sanity is at the root of the person's difficulties. In his words, the sense of gratitude towards his audience:

I am so grateful for the unwavering support you have shown me during the difficult times I have faced over the past few months, that I really want to give something back, and that's why I decided to share”Little Heartbreak Girl“, a song I recorded in Nashville last year. It is dedicated to everyone who has been by my side through all of this, including all of you guys! Your love and understanding means a lot to me.

Beth Hart made her recording debut in 1993 and achieved success in 1999 with the song “LA Song (Out of This Town)” on the soundtrack of the TV series “Beverly Hills 90210”.

He has 14 albums to his credit, the latest “A Tribute to Led Zeppelin” is a collection of covers of songs by the British band.

Over the years he has collaborated among others with Slash, of Guns N' Roses, Joe Bonamassa and Jeff Beck.