Wednesday 4 May 2022 8pm Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Please note that this event has been rescheduled to Wednesday 4 May 2022. The event was due to take place on Friday 12 November 2021.Two-time Grammy-nominated Nashville based singer-songwriter, Beth Nielsen Chapman returns to Liverpool Philharmonic Hall as part of her All Around The World tour, following the release of her 15th solo album.
Beth has released 13 solo albums, written seven No.1 hits, and has had her songs recorded by Bonnie Raitt, Willie Nelson, Bette Midler, Elton John, Neil Diamond, Michael McDonald, Keb' Mo', Roberta Flack, Waylon Jennings, Indigo Girls, and Faith Hill.
Her songs have been featured in film and TV and as an artist Beth’s work has been diverse, from singing in nine different languages on Prism (2007) to The Mighty Sky (2012), the Grammy-nominated astronomy CD for kids of all ages, in addition to her deeply moving body of work as a singer-songwriter throughout her other releases.
Inducted into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame in 2016, Beth has been in demand throughout her career as a keynote speaker and teacher of workshops on creativity, songwriting, grief, and healing through art, using a unique inspiring approach to tapping into the creative process. Early next year Beth will debut The SongSchool Podcast, which will feature legendary guest songwriters describing what they consider the 'perfect song' as well as on the spot critiques for songs submitted, both live in the studio and down the phone line from the other side of the world.
Fasten your seat belt and get ready for one great song after another with some fascinating stories woven in-between!
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