Beth Hart will release the stunning ‘Beth Hart – Live At the Royal Albert Hall’ on Blu-Ray/DVD/2CD/3LP/Digital on 30th November 2018 via Provogue/Mascot Label Group.

Beth Hart makes one hell of an entrance. It’s May 4th, 2018, and the Royal Albert Hall is in blackout. As a sell-out crowd holds its breath in the darkness, a lone figure appears from the shadows and purrs the opening line of ‘As Long As I Have A Song‘ in that unmistakable burnt-honey voice. Taking her time, followed by the spotlight, the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter picks her way between the aisles of this iconic London venue, delivering the languid jazz vocal entirely acapella, while shaking the outstretched hands of fans who can’t quite believe what they’re witnessing.

It takes a special talent to command that historic stage. But for the next two hours and 23 songs, ‘Live At Royal Albert Hall‘ will hold you spellbound, as the singer whispers and hollers her hopes, fears and deepest secrets in your ear, making this massive venue feel like a nose-to-nose club show.  A thousand interviewers have tried to unpick the fascinating enigma that is Beth Hart. But as ‘Live At Royal Albert Hall‘ reminds us, everything you need to know is right there in her songs – and the intimate off-the-cuff stories she spins before each one.

Stroll through downtown Los Angeles in the early-’90s and you’d have found Hart strumming guitar on 3rd Street Promenade, waiting for the big break that came when she was discovered by her manager, David Wolf, and eased into a record deal with Atlantic that gave us 1996’s ‘Immortal‘ and 1999’s ‘Screamin’ For My Supper‘. It was a bitter-sweet period for Hart, whose un-medicated bipolar disorder and troubled personal life stopped her reaching the heights her music deserved. But to the delight of long-standing fans, she doesn’t flinch from revisiting it at the Royal Albert Hall, switching to acoustic bass and introducing the rootsy ‘Spiders In My Bed‘ that was written in the eye of the storm. “Back then,” she explains, “I could never sleep. I could go three or four days and stay awake, and it was just mania.

The new millennium brought fresh hope and the musical highs returned with revered albums like 2003’s ‘Leave The Light On‘ and 2007’s ‘37 Days‘, Hart treats us to three of her most positive songs from that redemptive era, bolstered by the crack-squad rhythm section of Bob Marinelli (bass) and Bill Ransom (drums).  ‘For My Friend‘, was a highlight of 2011’s ‘Don’t Explain‘: Hart’s first double-header release with Bonamassa and an album that alerted a wider audience to her jaw-dropping talents (while forging her reputation as a go-to muse for A-list guitarists including Slash and Jeff Beck).

She takes to the piano to pound through the title track of 2012’s ‘Bang Bang Boom Boom‘, also cherry picking that album for the poignant, jazz-inflected ‘Baddest Blues.Better Than Home‘ is represented by ‘Trouble‘ and ‘Mama This One’s For You‘. 2016’s ‘Fire On The Floor‘ is mined for moments like the dramatic storm clouds of ‘Love Is A Lie‘, ‘Baby Shot Me Down‘ and ‘Picture In A Frame‘. It all ends with the astonishing slow-burn blues of ‘Caught Out In The Rain‘, Hart sunk to her knees, lost in the moment as her vocal builds from a breathy vocal to a bereft roar of “God, don’t take my man”.

Not even Hart herself can follow that. And so, ‘Live At Royal Albert Hall‘ ends as it began, with an impassioned moment of intimacy from an artist who is setting the pace on the modern scene. It’s been a night of a thousand emotions, for both performer and audience. But as the entire crew take a low bow and Hart is carried off in the loving arms of her husband, her parting shot says it all: “We had a ball, man…

Ever since ‘Live In Amsterdam‘ was released in 2014, both Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa kept themselves incredibly busy.

Beth released 2 albums ‘Better Than Home‘ and ‘Fire On The Floor‘, toured Europe and the US countless times, while Joe released a string of live and studio albums, both solo and with Rock Candy Funk Party and Black Country Communion, toured the world many times over, and still had time to hunt for vintage guitars.

They finally managed to block their busy schedules and record a new studio album, called ‘Black Coffee‘. The album is filled with unique twists on some of their favorite Soul & Blues classics.

You can pre-order it here

Photo Credit: © Laurence Harvey

Following her critically acclaimed Fire On The Floor UK tour in November 2016, Grammy nominated singer-songwriter, Beth Hart will perform three exclusive solo concerts in beautiful settings during October and November 2017.

The concerts will take place in Leeds Town Hall (Monday 30th October), The Forum, Bath (Wednesday 1st November) and Coventry Cathedral (Friday 3rd November).

There will be a 24 hour ticket pre-sale for Beth Hart fans on Thursday 1st June from
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday 2nd June, and will be available from the 24 hour ticket box office: 0844 871 8819 or book from




Photo Credit: © Liz Aiken
Photo Credit: © Liz Aiken

Following her SOLD-OUT and critically acclaimed November 2016 UK tour, and the overwhelming response to her latest studio album, ‘Fire On The Floor‘, Grammy nominated singer-songwriter, Beth Hart and her band will embark on what is going to be her biggest UK concert of her career – London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall on Friday 4th May 2018.

 Planet Rock radio will run a ticket pre-sale from 10am on Thursday 24th November until 5pm on Friday 25th November. Visit to book tickets.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Saturday 26th November at 10am from the 24 hour box office: 0844 871 8819 and Alternatively, tickets can be booked directly from the Royal Albert Hall box office – 020 7589 8212 or from

Photo Credit: © Greg Watermann
Photo Credit: © Greg Watermann

Following her critically acclaimed May UK tour in 2015 and the rapturous response to her latest studio album, ‘Better Than Home’, Grammy nominated singer-songwriter, Beth Hart will embark on a Nationwide 7-date UK tour in November 2016.

Tickets go on sale on Friday 18th December from the 24 hour ticket box office: 0844 871 8819 and from

Sultry blues, jazzy influences, rocking tunes and touching ballads; Beth Hart does it all!  Very special guest will be announced in the coming weeks.

 Tour Dates

Birmingham Symphony Hall           Friday 11 November

Gateshead Sage                              Sunday 13 November

Glasgow O2 Academy                      Monday 14 November

Bristol Colston Hall                          Thursday 17 November

Bournemouth Solent Hall               Saturday 19 November

Manchester Bridgewater Hall       Monday 21 November

London Royal Festival Hall             Wednesday 23 November

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Better Than Home

Following the release of her critically acclaimed album ‘Better Than Home’, and her triumphant May 2015 UK tour, Grammy nominated singer-songwriter, Beth Hart will perform a rare, first-time solo concert in the intimate surroundings of the Union Chapel in Islington, North London on Monday 14th December.

Tickets, priced £35.00, will go on sale Friday May 15th from the 24 hour ticket box office: 0844 871 8819 and

Photo Credit: © Greg Watermann
Photo Credit: © Greg Watermann

Official Website



beth hart

Following her outstanding performance co-headlining with Robert Cray at London’s BluesFest at the Royal Albert Hall in October 2014, Grammy nominated singer-songwriter, Beth Hart will embark on a 7-date UK tour in May 2015.

Sultry blues, jazzy influences, rocking tunes and touching ballads – Beth Hart does it all.

Alt-Tickets will host a 48-hour ticket presale from Wednesday 10 December via

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday 12 December via the 24 hour ticket box office: 0844 871 8819, or can be booked from

May 2015 Tour Dates

Bristol Colston Hall                         Friday May 1

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall       Sunday May 3

Glasgow O2 ABC                              Wednesday May 6

London Barbican                              Friday May 8

Leeds Academy                                Saturday May 9

Cambridge Corn Exchange           Monday May 11

Nottingham Rock City                    Wednesday May 13

Photo Credit: © Christie Goodwin
Photo Credit: © Christie Goodwin