Beth Hart is one of those singers you've probably heard, even if you're not aware of it. She's had a long career that includes an adult contemporary hit titled 'LA Song (Out of This Town)', from her critically acclaimed album 1999 album 'Screamin' For My Supper,' as well as a slew of work she's done with such high-profile artists as Slash, Joe Bonamassa, and Jeff Beck.
Former 'Tonight Show' bandleader Kevin Eubanks probably isn't the first guitarist that comes to mind when people think of screaming electric leads, but now that he's no longer backing up Jay Leno, he has more time to indulge all aspects of his musical personality -- and it's more wide-ranging than you might assume.
NBC's 'Saturday Night Live' is pulling out at all the stops for the finale of its 37th season. First it was announced that Mick Jagger would be both the host and musical guest. Then they said that Jagger would be backed by Foo Fighters and Arcade Fire. Now they've added another rock legend to the proceedings, guitarist Jeff Beck.
Is it possible President Obama is looking to sing his way back into the White House this November? Last night the Commander in Chief was joined on stage by all all-star band that included Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck, B.B. King, Buddy Guy and Booker T. Jones. It took some convincing, but the President fronted the group of legends, if only for a few bars of 'Sweet Home Chicago.'
Jeff Beck was the classic rocker up for perhaps the most prestigious award at the 2012 Grammy Awards, but modern rockers Foo Fighters took home the trophy. The Foo Fighters album 'Wasting Light' beat out Beck's ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll Party Honoring Les Paul' to win the 2012 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album.