Watch the trailer for Beth Hart’s Live At The Royal Albert Hall

Beth Hart – Live At The Royal Albert Hall will be released on November 30th 2018 through Provogue Records/Mascot Label Group. It will be avilable on CD, LP, Colored LP, DVD, Blu-Ray and Digital. Watch the trailer below:

Beth Hart - Live At The Royal Albert Hall DVD

Beth Hart – Live At The Royal Albert Hall DVD

Track listing:
1 As Long As I Have A Song
2 For My Friends
3 Lifts You Up
4 Close To My Fire
5 Bang Bang Boom Boom
6 Good As It Gets
7 Spirit Of God
8 Baddest Blues
9 Sister Heroine
10 Baby Shot Me Down
11 Waterfalls
12 Your Heart Is As Black As Night
13 Saved
14 The Ugliest House On The Block
15 Spiders In My Bed
16 Take It Easy On Me
17 Leave The Light On
18 Mama This One’s For You
19 My California
20 Trouble
21 Love Is A Lie
22 Picture In A Frame
23 Caught Out In The Rain

Bonus material:
Behind the scenes
Interview

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 this historic stage. But for the next two hours and 23 songs, Live At The 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. Darting between the microphone, piano, guitar and bass, with every movement captured by pin-sharp production values, it’s a show that traces her fascinating quarter-century career and reacts to the crowd’s changing energy. “I spent three months working on this setlist,” she tells us of her impulsive song choices. “But since I’ve been up here, I’ve changed the whole thing.

In the age of autotune, lip-sync and backing tracks, it might just be the bravest opening to a concert you’ve ever seen. But then, Hart has always been an artist who thrives without a safety net, laying herself utterly bare on the stage and in the studio. It’s an approach that has paid dividends amongst fans clamouring for ‘real’ music.

Cristoffer Eriksson

Cristoffer Eriksson

Writer

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