Music Spotlight: Beth Rowley

Beth Rowley is back on the scene after a recent hiatus prerparing for an upcoming studio release called, New Album 'Gota Fria' coming Sept 2017! ( © Beth Rowley/ Facebook.com/BethRowleyMusic) Beth Rowley is back on the scene after a recent hiatus prerparing for an upcoming studio release called, New Album ‘Gota Fria’ coming Sept 2017! ( © Beth Rowley/ Facebook.com/BethRowleyMusic)

We spoke with the ever multi-talented, singer, songwriter, Beth Rowley.

Listen to the full interview with Beth Rowley:


The Bristol based musician has been deeply ingrained in the music scene expressing sultry styles off blues, jazz, and gospel inspired songs that have garnered Rowley great acclaim attention

Rowley began her career upon teaming up with Jazz saxophonist Ben well known for his work with another fellow UK based musician, Jamie Cullum.

Rowley has released three successful EPs, Beth Rowley (2004), Sweet Hours (2006) and Violets (2007).[ From the Violets EP she released a single entitled, ‘Nobody’s Fault But Mine’ which was the iTunes ‘Single of the Week’ for December 2007.

In addition to her solo outputs Rowley has collaborated with other artists and bands, including Crowded House on their Time on Earth album providing backing vocals for the song “Transit Lounge” and Duke Special, who joined her for a duet on her début album, Little Dreamer released in 2008.

The release went straight into the UK album charts at number 6. On 4 February 2008, the lead single, “Oh My Life”(released on 3 March 2008) from the forthcoming album was featured as ‘BBC Radio 2 Record of the Week.

In January 2009, Rowley was nominated for a Brit Award in the category for Best British Female Solo Artist.

Among numerous highlight, Ms. Rowley gained even further attention

Rowley featured in the nightclub scene in the Academy Award Nominated 2009 film An Education, directed by Lone Scherfig.

Her track, “You Got Me Wrapped Around Your Little Finger”, is featured prominently in the official movie soundtrack and the Sony Classics promotional website. She also recorded a cover of the standard, Sunday Kind of Love, which was also featured in the film’s soundtrack.

Her most recently release from Beth came with new music material, she released EP “Wretched Body”. This first part of planned 3-piece EP series includes 4 songs.

Since then, Beth has just capped off a UK based tour as she plans to finish off a new studio album set to be released by September of this year to which we spoke about her upcoming collaboration and current projects set to be released!

Beth’s Discography as followed:

Discography

2007: Violets (EP)

2008: Little Dreamer

2013: Wretched Body (EP)

Be sure to follow Beth in all of her whereabouts at

Www.BethRowley.com

https://www.facebook.com/bethrowleymusic

https://play.spotify.com/artist/7KUBHcBdAezQcKu9mZJM1Y?play=true&utm_source=open.spotify.com&utm_medium=open

https://www.instagram.com/bethrowleymusic/

New Album ‘Gota Fria’ coming Sept 2017!

This feature was produced, voice, edited by Michael Thomas, Jr.


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