It was then that something really remarkable happened...Beth Hart, the raw, soulful singer from the streets of L. And Beth could feel it happening."I was starting to wonder if I still had what it took to go all the way."But you know, once you deal with it and make sense out of it, it can give you tremendous power."Beth started her career as far down as it gets...performing in the streets of L.A., sitting cross-legged with an acoustic guitar and singing her heart out.He's my rock and my reality check when things start getting out of hand."Now, Beth was once again looking to the future.In 2003, she released her life-affirming 3rd album, "Leave The Light On," and the world felt the heat again.She recorded a song with him called "Mother Maria" which is on the i Tunes version of his solo album, "Slash."Beth recalls working with Slash. "During this time (2007-2010), Beth released two more albums, "37 Days", which produced the big hit in Europe, "As Good As It Gets" and her most personal work to date "My California", which has spawned the single, "Sister", now in heavy rotation on the U. And maybe her greatest collaboration has happened in the last year."He's one of the mellowest musicians I've ever worked with...totally giving, a real team player."One of the greatest Rock/Blues/Fusion guitarists of all times, Jeff Beck, felt it right away and asked her to perform with him. She met Blues/Rock superstar guitarist, Joe Bonamassa, and they crafted a truly visionary album, "Don't Explain," produced by Kevin Shirley (producer for Led Zeppelin, Journey, Rush and Iron Maiden).
The only problem is that the world has had trouble keeping up with her..started really getting into it and when they blinked, she had already moved on.
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The Europeans, who have always really understood American-born music forms, were right there for me.
They've given me so much support and so much confidence...