Playing piano from the age of 4, Beth Hart launched her career in the clubs of Los Angeles, where she caught the ear of David Wolff, her future manager. Her path to fame included a number of appearances on Star Search. After Beth Hart and the Ocean of Souls (1993) and Immortal (1996), the hit LA Song (Out of This Town) from the album Screamin' For My Supper reached the Top 10. After that leap to the forefront, her career went off track during a period of drug use, prison and depression. Hart gradually rebounded, first with Leave The Light On (2003), followed by the highly-acclaimed Live at Paradiso (2005), a major hit in Europe. She began her reconquest of the American audience in 2012 alongside Jeff Beck in a tribute to Buddy Guy at the Kennedy Center Honors, and continued with heralded releases Bang Bang Boom Boom (2012) and Seesaw (2013).