Following quickly off the back of her first live album in 13 years by way of Live From New York: Front And Center, Grammy Nominated singer/songwriter Beth Hart returns with an all-new concert album that captures the powerhouse vocalist onstage at her largest UK headline show to date.
When it comes to bucket list concert venues, few artists would argue that London’s Royal Albert Hall is right up there with the best of them. Such was the demand for Beth Hart’s return to the capital that the 5,000 seat auditorium was a complete sell-out long in advance of the date itself.
For those unable to be there on the night, or those wishing to relive that memorable evening Beth Hart is set to release the full show via her new CD/DVD package Live at the Royal Albert Hall. Whether you are a die-hard Beth Hart fan or just starting to discover her work, this release is the complete package featuring 23 songs which traverses the many different sounds and styles which the US-based artist has grappled with throughout her illustrious career.
Of course, Beth Hart has widespread appeal due to both her unrivalled talent and her versatility. Despite being a multi-instrumentalist Beth Hart wears many different hats – from the jazz singer, soul songstress, the rock goddess and last but not least the leading lady of the blues. Each of these different musical flavours is well and truly represented throughout the course of this monumental release.
When you think about the great live blues albums of our time, the likes of BB King’s Live At The Regal, Muddy Waters At Newport 1960, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Albert King’s In Sessions immediately spring to mind. The thing which made those albums so great was that they captured each of these iconic artists in their prime, and the same can most certainly be said about Live at the Royal Albert Hall. With Hart’s latest release we find her at the peak of her musical powers delivering a milestone performance inside one of the greatest concert halls in the United Kingdom.
Beth Hart will release the stunning Live At the Royal Albert Hall on Blu-Ray/DVD/2CD/3LP/Digital on Friday 30th November 2018 via Provogue/Mascot Label Group.