DHP presents…Beth Rowley

Friday 15 February 2019

7:00 pm : Main stage

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£14.00 + Booking fee

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Support from Josh Flowers

With a top 10 album and Brit nomination under her belt, Beth Rowley is back picking up daytime plays on BBC 6 Music.

Taster track ‘Forest Fire’ has put Beth firmly back on the radar, ready to step back into the spotlight.

The new album ‘Gota Fría’ is a startling rebirth with a heady fusion of rock, blues and Americana.
Rowley has delivered an album that smolders, in both explosive and intimate forms.
‘Howl at the Moon’ and ‘Only One Cloud’, evoke the swarthy drama of Led Zeppelin while ‘Brother’ and ‘Run to the Light’ are ember-glowing ballads.

‘Hide from Your Love’ and ‘Forest Fire’ splice country-folk roots with the vibe and energy of the Bristol scene that gave birth to her voice while ‘Get it Back’ is equal parts rock and soul and ‘Brave Face’ nods to the ‘70s west coast sound.

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DHP presents…Beth Rowley

Support from Josh Flowers

With a top 10 album and Brit nomination under her belt, Beth Rowley is back picking up daytime plays on BBC 6 Music.

Taster track ‘Forest Fire’ has put Beth firmly back on the radar, ready to step back into the spotlight.

The new album ‘Gota Fría’ is a startling rebirth with a heady fusion of rock, blues and Americana.
Rowley has delivered an album that smolders, in both explosive and intimate forms.
‘Howl at the Moon’ and ‘Only One Cloud’, evoke the swarthy drama of Led Zeppelin while ‘Brother’ and ‘Run to the Light’ are ember-glowing ballads.

‘Hide from Your Love’ and ‘Forest Fire’ splice country-folk roots with the vibe and energy of the Bristol scene that gave birth to her voice while ‘Get it Back’ is equal parts rock and soul and ‘Brave Face’ nods to the ‘70s west coast sound.

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