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Symphony Hall Stage | Gigs

BETH ROWLEY: Gota Fria – Tracing the Line Tour

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The saying “Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” is tailor-made for Beth Rowley

Ten years ago the singer-songwriter’s debut ‘Little Dreamer’ went top 10, garnered a Brit nomination and sales in excess of 100,000.  A huge achievement by anyone’s standards but a tainted one for Rowley – she felt compromised both musically and stylistically, modeled in the labels image as a mainstream contender.  

This bitter-sweet experience played a significant part in why it's taken a decade for this talented musician to deliver her second long player.  Now, with taster track ‘Forest Fire’ – co-written with Ron Sexsmith - putting her back on the radar and picking up daytime play at 6music, Beth Rowley is ready to step back into the spotlight.  

Long periods of the clouds breaking off and remaining stationary for weeks and then sudden violent clashes of warm and cold currents. I thought it was a beautiful name, and an awesome album title, because the meaning is so bold and a perfect image of my own journey.

Beth Rowley on ‘Gota Fría’ as the perfect album title.

“Ten years is a long time,” she acknowledges, but the resultant album ‘Gota Fría’ is a total vindication, a rawer, heavier, gutsier and more truthful mirror of her sublime talent, unshackled by her debut’s jazz-pop leanings and polished production. 

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Symphony Hall Stage

8 Centenary Square , B1 2EA
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