Beth Nielsen Chapman

Date: Friday 22/04/2022
Doors: 19:00, performance starts: 19:30 (all timings are subject to change)
Location: The Auditorium, The Fire Station
Tickets: From £22
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult

Please note that ticket holders will be required to comply with the latest government Covid-19 guidance at the time of the event and will be informed prior to the event of any additional safety procedures that are in place.

Get ready to laugh and cry as Beth Nielsen Chapman brings the All Around the World Tour to The Fire Station. Count on one great song after another interwoven with fascinating stories from the artist herself. 

Twice Grammy-nominated Nashville-based, Beth Nielsen Chapman has released 13 solo albums, written several number one hits and songs recorded by the likes of Bonnie Raitt, Willie Nelson, Bette Midler, Elton John, Neil Diamond and many more. Her songs have been featured in film and TV, and as an artist her work has been diverse – from singing in nine different languages on Prism (2007) to The Mighty Sky (2012) the Grammy-nominated astronomy CD for kids of all ages.  

Her 2014 album Uncovered, in which she reclaims her hits, features legendary guests from Vince Gill to Duane Eddy. Sand & Water (1997), written in the wake of her husband’s death, was performed by Elton John to honour the memory of Princess Diana. In 2016, Beth along with Olivia Newton-John and Amy Sky, created and toured an inspiring project called Liv On – an album to aid and comfort those experiencing grief and loss while using the power of music to heal. 

Inducted into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame in 2016, Beth is also a breast cancer survivor, environmentalist and considers herself a creativity midwife – passionate about inspiring others to fully blossom into their creative life. 

This event is part of The Fire Station opening season – Firestarters. Firestarters is commissioned by Sunderland Music Arts and Culture Trust and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

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