Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Beth Hart "Bang Bang Boom Boom" Album Review & Giveaway

Beth Hart and her amazing vocals are at it again.

Her newest album, Bang Bang Boom Boom has the classic blues feel and kick ass rock & roll beats. Having been compared to a blend of Etta James and Janis Joplin, Hart doesn't disappoint in belting out the lyrics and making them stand apart from her fantastic piano playing.

Much of Bang Bang Boom Boom is about love and all the ups and downs that come with it. In "Baddest Blues", Hart sings about the benefits of finding a truly good man, while in "Swing My Thing Back Around" she's pretty much saying she's had enough and is now doing things her way.

Overall, this album was very enjoyable with its mix of rock, jazz, pop and blues but left me wanting more variety.

Hart wrote and co-wrote all of the songs on Bang Bang Boom Boom, the album was produced by Kevin Shirley (Aerosmith, Led Zepplin, Joe Bonamassa) and recorded with some of the finest musicians.

BBBB consists of 12 tracks:
  1. Baddest Blues
  2. Bang Bang Boom Boom
  3. Better Man
  4. Caught Out In The Rain
  5. Swin My Thing Back Around
  6. With You Everyday
  7. Thru the Window of My Mind
  8. Spirit of God
  9. There In Your Heart
  10. The Ugliest House On The Block
  11. Everything Must Change
  12. I'd Rather Go Blind (Bonus Track)

BBBB is officially Beth Hart's eighth album and can be purchased on BethHart.comAmazon and iTunes.

Tour schedule:
April 30 - Austin TX
May 2 - Dallas, TX
May 4 & 5 - Nashville, TN
May 7 - Atlanta, GA
May 9 - Alexandria, VA
May 11 - Philadelphia, PA
May 13 - New York, NY
May 16 & 17 - New York, NY

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2 lucky people will win a copy of Beth Hart's new album, Bang Bang Boom Boom.

Enter here:

Giveaway ends on Friday, April 19 @11:59 (pst) and is open to US residents, 18+ only. Winner will be chosen at random & contacted via email. If winner doesn't respond within 48 hrs a new winner will be chosen.

(Disclosure: I was provided with a digital copy of the album in order to review. The complimentary giveaway albums will be mailed directly to winners by PR company.  I was not monetarily compensated for this post and the views in this post are all mine.) 


  1. I've never heard of her, so I'll definitely be checking her out!

  2. She starts with sultry blues, hits playful swing/jazz, rock, and gospel (with a horn section!), before landing on a strummy pop track that might be at home on an Alanis Morisette album, and then finishes by belting out a soul classic -- and you want "more variety"? I really hope there is some dripping sarcasm there that I am just not picking up. Beth can do anything, and this album shows it.


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