Beth Goldwater

 

Beth Goldwater is an award winning singer and songwriter who both grew up and settled down in the Philadelphia area. Beth began her songwriting career in college and her performing career as the front woman for a local rock band that opened for both Cinderella and The Black Crowes. After learning much about head scarves and leather clothes, Beth started a family. She recently returned to the music scene solo and has since played from The House of Blues, Hollywood (RIP) to The Blue Moon, Seattle, to Chris's Jazz Cafe, Philadelphia to World Cafe Live, Wilmington where she opened for Suzanne Vega. Beth's music has been compared to chanteuse's of old and new, her style reminding audiences of Madeleine Peyroux, Norah Jones and Melody Gardot. 

Beth's song, The Ravine can be heard in the indy horror film, Slew Hampshire and at Sundance 2016, Beth's song L'Amour Fou is in the selected documentary, Film Hawk. 

Besides performing live, Beth teaches songwriting to elementary school children as well as helping her own with copious amounts of homework. 

You can visit her at bethgoldwater.com, on facebook, twitter, tumblr, youtube, instagram and reverbnation or write her at bethgoldwatermusic@gmail.com 

Her albums Seduisante, Throwing Glass and Transparent are available on Amazon and iTunes.