With her soulful blend of grimy blues rock, touching soul, and her soaring, powerful voice, it's no doubt that Beth Hart
will give you chills. She recently stopped by the Baeble office to sing a few songs for us, and listening to her sing - scream
- her heart out and put all of her emotions on the line was simply amazing.
It's been a long for road for her, though. After making a name for herself with her second album, Screamin' For My Supper
and the leading hit from that same album "LA Song (Out Of This Town)," she has since then made a name for herself by making confessional, and powerfully vulnerable piano-based music, whether it be the tender ode to her mother in "Mama This One's For You" or the story of trying to let light in even when life seems most dark in "Leave the Light On."
With the release of her latest album, Fire on The Floor,
Hart definitely brings that confessional side to the forefront. On the title track, she feels like a fire can't be stopped, singing "love is a fever, and it is burning"
and "not even hell can take the heat"
over smoky guitars and bluesy piano chords. You better believe that she brought that fire to Baeble, which you can experience for yourself when the session is released tomorrow.