Gary Welling, Sonshine Photography
Texas native Beth Garner has been on the Texas scene and around the globe as a blues and country artist since the early 2000s. She released her first album, Much Later For You independently in 2001, and Addictions in 2006 on British label Armadillo, which placed #3 on the Euro-American charts - she then did two tours of England and Wales. Garner moved to Tennessee in 2007 and began a three-month US tour with Russian band The Red Elvises, where she played small sold-out venues from coast to coast, as a sideman guitarist.
After that tour, she returned to Nashville, where she wrote, recorded and released Twister Warning, by the TN Twisters, which the title track was placed in the indie film “Voices Thrown Silent”. Her song “Jaded Heart of Gold” was placed in the indie film The Bounceback. February 2017, she released her newest CD called “Snake Farm," which reached #3 on the iTunes Blues Chart.
Beth currently resides and gigs in Nashville, TN, where you can commonly find her on the infamous Lower Broadway strip downtown, playing blues, jazz, funk and country.
written by Craig Garber
Much Later For You 
Snake Farm