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Beth Hart

On 24/01/1972: Beth Hart was born in Los Angeles, California. She would play music in the Los Angeles clubs.
In 1993, she recruited bassist Tal Herzberg and guitarist Jimmy Khoury. In the same year, she would record and release the album "Beth Hart and the Ocean of Souls. She would appear on Ed McMahon's TV show "Star Search" several times.
In 1996, she released the album "Immortal" for the first time with her band the Beth Hart Band. It was released on Atlantic records.
In 1999, Hart released the album "Screamin' for My Supper" on Atlantic. The single "LA Song (Out of This Town)" would be a number 1 hit in New Zealand. During this time, Hart was in the lead role in the off-Broadway musical "Love, Janis" based on Janis Joplin's letters to her mother.
In 2003, Hart released the album "Leave the Light On". The album went platinum. The single "Learning To Live" from the album was a number one hit in Denmark. Also that year, Hart was a backing vocalist for Deep Purple's song "Haunted".
In 2005, Hart recorded a live album called "Live at Paradiso", which was recorded at a church in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
In 2006, Hart went on tour with Jeff Beck in the US. As part of the tour, she appeared with him at the Kennedy Center Opera House in tribute to Buddy Guy, as part of the ceremony for Guy receiving a Kennedy Center Honor.
In 2007, Hart released the album "37 Days".
In 2010, Hart released the album "My California".
In 2011, Hart collaborated with Joe Bonamassa for their first co-released album "Don't Explain". It reached number 3 on the Billboard Blues Album Chart and went gold in the Netherlands.
In 2012, Hart released the album "Bang Bang Boom Boom" which went to number 3 on the Billboard Blues Album Chart. Also in 2012, Hart collaborated with Born on the single "It Hurts".
In 2013, Bonamassa and Hart collaborated again on the album "Seesaw". It went to number 8 on the Billboard Top Independent Album Chart. Also that year, Hart recorded vocals for Buddy Guy's song "What You Gonna Do About Me", which was on his album "Rhythm & Blues".
In 2014, Hart was nominated for a Grammy Award for "Seesaw". She was also nominated for a Blues Music Award in the category "Best Contemporary Blues Female Artist". In the same year, her second live album "Live In Amsterdam" was released. Hart and Bonamassa went on a 5 show European tour. Also in 2014, Hart performed with Jeff Beck during his Australian Tour.
In 2015, Hart released the album "Better Than Home". It went to number one in the Netherlands and number one on the Billboard Blues Charts and iTunes Blues Charts. She was nominated for another Blues Music Award, in the "Contemporary Blues Female Artist of the Year" category.
In 2016, Hart released the album "Fire on the Floor".

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