Early August Music: The singer Denmark’s opened its heart to – The Post

Early August Music: The singer Denmark’s opened its heart to

(photo: Bengt Nyman)
July 31st, 2015 1:00 pm| by Jenna Kleinwort
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Beth Hart

Mon Aug 3, 20:00; Amager Bio; 295kr

Grammy-nominated American blues singer Beth Hart has been compared to various greats of the stage, including the likes of Janis Joplin, Sheryl Crow and Alanis Morissette.

But it is only Hart who can perform her very personal songs in her well-paced soul style, with some hints of rock elements.

Hart is returning to Copenhagen in order to perform new songs from her latest release, Better than Home.

Best hurry up and book your tickets though, as Hart has a large fan base in Denmark, where she has had two number ones: ‘As Good As It Gets’ and ‘Learning To Live’. (JK)


Damien Rice

(photo: Francesco)
(photo: Francesco)



Sun Aug 2, 20:00; Koncerthuset; 470kr

Damien Rice is one of Ireland’s most popular exports. The folk rock singer-songwriter brings traditional sounds with him to Copenhagen, playing piano, percussion, guitar and clarinet. (JK)


Fish

(photo: Daniel Strueber)
(photo: Daniel Strueber)


Sat Aug 8, 20:00; Amager Bio; 295kr

Scottish progressive rock singer-songwriter Fish, who used to be the frontman of Marillion, comes to Copenhagen on his ‘Farewell to Childhood’ tour, but hopefully won’t say goodbye to his music career just yet. (JK)


Shamir

(photo: Shamir326.tumbl.com)
(photo: Shamir326.tumbl.com)



Tue Aug 11, 21:00; Pumpehuset; 180kr

The electronic disco/indie pop that Shamir Bailey from Las Vegas makes definitely has what it takes to make him famous. Time shouldn’t be an issue, since he is only 20 years old. (JK)