Years Performed: | 2015
With an extensive background in gospel and a lifelong passion for soul music, Betty Fox has come a long way from her southern roots to headlining festivals and captivating thousands with her raw swagger and unwavering talent.
After honing her craft for 20 years, her debut album, Too Far Gone, put her on the international map as a songwriter and vocalist and had the critics from American Blues Scene magazine to Blues Revue magazine singing her praises. Her second album, Slow Burn, was released in 2015 received rave reviews from blues DJs, critics and enthusiasts around the world.
The Betty Fox Band has opened for Mavis Staples, Lucky Peterson, Ronnie Earl, Albert Castiglia, Eddie Shaw, John Nemeth, Ana Popovich and many more.
“Fox’s singing is a cross between Beth Hart and Etta James, with a touch of Marion James thrown in.” – Barry Kerzner with American Blues Scene magazine, in his review of Betty Fox Band’s second album, Too Far Gone.
“She looks like a hip Doris Day that turns into a medium when she performs … channeling Beth Hart, Janis Joplin and even a little bit of Joe Cocker while totally … keeping her own style of singing and performing…” – T-Bird, WOMR/WFMR Radio
Too Far Gone – 2013
Slow Burn – 2015
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