Grammy nominated star coming to St Albans

Beth Nielsen Chapman will be appearing live at the Alban Arena in St Albans

Beth Nielsen Chapman will be appearing live at the Alban Arena in St Albans

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Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman can be seen live in concert in St Albans next month.

She will be appearing at the Alban Arena on Friday, February 21 as part of a short UK tour.

Beth’s new album, UnCovered, was released earlier this month.

It features a batch of premium songs she’s written but never recorded before and that have already been hits or covers by other artists.

Recorded in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and her own ‘Tree House’ studio in Nashville, UnCovered features a number of guests, including guitarist Duane Eddy.

Tickets for her St Albans concert cost £19.50 and £23.50.

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