Beth McCarthy’s Outline Tour to take in popular Harrogate music venue

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Date(s) - 03/11/2017
7:30am - 11:30pm

Bilton Working Men's Club

Skipton Road
North Yorkshire

-based singer-songwriter Beth McCarthy steps out with her Outline Tour next month with the first date at The Bedford in London on 1 November.

The second date of the tour brings Beth to Bilton Working Men’s Club in Harrogate on 3 November, hot on the heels of the release of her new single, Mr & Mrs Brown, on 20 October.



The single was written by Beth and performed at her sister’s wedding as the happy couple’s first dance.

Despite performing for several years, at the tender age of only 16 Beth was given a wider audience after appearing on the BBC talent show The Voice and went through to the later stages under the management of Ricky Wilson of Kaiser Chief fame.

After several tours, festivals and gigs, supporting the likes of Billy Ocean, Nizlopi, ELO and Heaven 17 Beth’s career high so far has been providing the soundtrack for the film 100 Streets which featured Idris Elba.

She has also recently performed in the US both in shows and on TV. Earlier this year she was held off the iTunes No 1 download spot with her single Pretty Lies by none other than Ed Sheeran!

Beth, who has performed several times at Bilton WMC, is supported by her band as well as local singer Isaac Tyler who along with Beth is under the guidance and management of Harrogate-based Ont’ Sofa.

Tickets are free to Club members and £3 to non-members – available from

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