Posted April 2017
I still hold to that statement.
In my second interview with her in 2015, I said that to say that she “is one of the most amazing new female singer/songwriters of the new millennia would be an understatement.”
I still hold to that statement, as well.
I recently spoke with Beth Hart for a third time. She is one of those people who, when you first chat with her, you feel as if you’ve known her all your life. Warm. Embracing. Open. I’ve since learned that she is all of that and much more.
This recent chat was to discuss her new CD, Fire On The Floor. But, of course, as was the case in our previous two chats, we talked about a bunch of other stuff, too.
When she answered the phone and I asked how she had been, she was efferve
scent in answering.
“I’m doing so awesome! I’m just loving life these days! I’m really having fun. I don’t think I’ve ever felt as good as I do right now.”
And what does she attribute that too?
“I couldn’t agree with you more! I wouldn’t even be surprised if, through gratitude, it actually
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