It’s classic pop with a stylish edge. Beth Macari bursts onto the scene with her catchy new single ‘Clone’ set to be released on may 11th.
‘Clone’ is oozing with Latino drums and Summer vibes that are absolutely spot on for getting in the mood for the warm weather. Beth provides a poetically fierce delivery. Clone is a tale of finding emotional power after heartbreak.
Beth’s original music has seen her support Rae Morris, Soul legend PP Arnold, Irish singer a rapper Maverick Sabre and The Hot 8 Brass Band from New Orleans. These experiences opened doors for Beth which enabled her to tour across Europe and The U.K, including performing to 25 thousand at The South Tyneside Summer Festival.
Having done support slots for some of the biggest up and coming names in the music industry, Beth Macari got her own time in the spotlight whilst fronting the live house band on Sky One celebrity panel show ‘Bring the Noise’. In this time she sang alongside legends Nicole Scherzinger, Tinie Tempah and Mel C regularly.
Beth spent two years touring with singer, actor, broadcaster and legend Jane Mcdonald. Jane was so impressed that she brought Beth back to sing with her on her last ever appearance on Loose Women.
Beth has featured in a short film with Adam Garcia of Coyote Ugly fame and has recently acted alongside Mackenzie Crook, Johnny Vagas and a whole cohort of well known actors in a short film set to be released on Netflix later on in the year. Once again proving that Beth Macari has many a string to her bow.
In January 2018, Beth released a single with Radio 1 legend Kissy Sell Out which landed at number 10 in the Beatport Dance Charts. Beth’s forthcoming single has recently been signed to American Record Label ‘Carrillo Music’ which was voted number 5 in Billboard’s Top Dance Record Labels of 2017.
Hailing from Newcastle Upon Tyne, Beth has always had a gift for music. Her Passion for music is being flooded forth to aspiring singers as she is currently working as a vocal coach. Beth is currently singing with The Manchester Camerata who are being hailed “Britain’s most adventurous orchestra” after opening up Glastonbury Festival.