Beth Macari

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Beth Macari
With a love of Soul and Motown always at the forefront of her sound, Beth fuses her old school roots with the contemporary flavours of R&B, Dance and Pop to create a diverse sonic palette of sounds from every decade. 

Taking her original music on the road, Beth has supported the likes of Hot 8 Brass Band, Rae Morris, Davina Michelle, Hollie Cook and PP Arnold as well as sharing festival stages with the likes of Noel Gallagher, Melanie C, Jakes Shears and The Kaiser Chiefs. In 2020, while live music ground to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic, Beth was invited to play the UK's first socially distanced music venue, the Virgin Money Unity Arena, opening up for Les Misérables star Alfie Boe. 

Beth has also been a guest on BBC stations around the UK, performing live on their Newcastle, London, Manchester, York, Bristol and Kent stations as well as various others across mainstream radio. "Sonically powerful, beautifully poignant and highly emotive, this track is without a doubt Beth's most ambitious to date complete with a stunning and heart rendering vocal that is more than worthy of the national media acclaim she continues to receive."- Planet Radio 

Never afraid to try new things, Beth has also flirted with the dance music scene. Collaborating with legendary DJ Kissy Sell Out on his single "Like That" and going on to release her own single "Clone" on US house label "Carrillo Music", which racked up one million radio plays in the US alone. Beth's next two releases, "Boy" and "Stronger" went on to premiere on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio London respectively, with Beth being invited by Gaby Roslin to perform live on BBC London several times and feature as "Artist of the Week".

"Beth Macari is a super star!" - Gaby Roslin

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