JG ALBUM the modern lives vol 1 300×300 sml. She is an edgy, no-holds-barred soul singer from Los Angeles California, and he is a top-notch shredding blues guitarist from Upstate New York. Together, Beth Hart artist dating site Joe Bonamassa are a powerful duo and one of the best in blues-rock music.
Beth Hart fell in love with music at the young age of 4 and has been unstoppable ever since. The Grammy nominated singer-songwriter has been blowing people away with her sultry blues, vocal genius, and passionate performances for over two decades now, performing everywhere from Tennessee to Europe. To date, Hart has released 10 studio albums, and her most recent release, Fire on the Floor, lit a fire in the hearts of her European fans late last year and is warming the hearts of her stateside fans as well! Now, she and Joe are looking forward to releasing a third studio album together as a duo. The pair met back in 2010 when all-star producer Kevin Shirley urged them to combine their immensely talented forces.
3 spot on Billboard’s Blues Chart. This collaboration was so successful that they decided to record another album in 2013 entitled Seesaw which was nominated for a Grammy Award. They are now poised to release their third studio album Black Coffee in 2018. It has been 4 years since 2013’s critically acclaimed, Grammy nominated, and number 1 Billboard Blues album Seesaw was released by singer-songwriter and blues-rock powerhouse Beth Hart and guitar hero Joe Bonamassa. Since then, they have both been on fire, riding creative tidal waves both in the studio and live. So, the time was primed perfectly to reunite for another collection of scorching interpretations of ten soul gems that twins Hart’s breath-taking vocals, that sweep and delve deep into the belly of the song and Joe’s masterfully expressive playing make Black Coffee, released on January 26th, 2018, a captivating listen.
Each one having the majestic heart and soul that Beth and Joe bleed on each record. We’re trying not to dig into a playbook that’s been done many times which is the old soul classics. We try and find a different spin on it, originally it was about trying to find some songs that people didn’t know at all and bring them back to people’s attention. One such song, was a Joe suggestion, the album opener Give It Everything You Got taken from 1971s Edgar Winter’s White Trash album, with its hard rock meets Stax infused sound, the band deliver a formidable performance. He said, as soon as you get comfortable, and if you stay there, you’re just gonna start dying as an artist.