Music from the heart and soul
PIGEONHOLING Beth Nielsen Chapman is not easy. She sings; she writes songs, and happily passes them on to other artists including Emmylou Harris, Elton John and Willie Nelson who then turn them into smash hits. She is an environmental activist, a teacher of workshops and lecturer on the magic of creativity, which she believes is a birthright of everyone, but most of all she is a survivor.
The award-winning hitmaker is heading back across the Atlantic to let her numerous Scottish fans hear her perform numbers for her new CD, Back to Love.
She plays Perth Concert Hall on Monday, March 1, Aberdeen Music Hall on Wednesday, March 3 and Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, the following night.
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