SEPTEMBER 22 BETH HART CONCERT POSTPONED DUE TO ILLNESS; PLAYHOUSE SQUARE RESCHEDULES HER FOR MAY 7, 2019
CLEVELAND, OH - Due to doctor’s orders, singer Beth Hart has been forced to reschedule several upcoming shows, including her Sat., Sept. 22 concert at Playhouse Square’s Ohio Theatre. Beth is battling a persistent viral infection, making it impossible for her to sing for the next few weeks. She apologizes to her fans for any inconvenience this has caused and is looking forward to her rescheduled show on May 7 at Playhouse Square.
Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter BETH HART’s career has been meteoric as both the head-turning vocalist for guitar heroes like Joe Bonamassa, Jeff Beck, Buddy Guy and Slash and as an acclaimed solo artist. (Playhouse Square audiences remember Beth’s celebrated burnt-honey vocals and explosive performance portraying Janis Joplin!) Beth’s global performances have included the famed country Ryman Auditorium to Australia and Amsterdam. Hot off a Blues Foundation Award win as “Best Instrumentalist – Vocals,” Beth’s talent have garnered her three Blue Music Award nominations and the title of “ultimate female rock star” by The Blues Magazine. One of her greatest live performances (seen by millions of TV viewers), was her tribute to Buddy Guy on the Kennedy Center Honors Special, which received one of the only two standing ovations of the evening, led by President and Mrs. Obama.
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