BETH, is a versatile singer-songwriter, producer, and actress hailing from Detroit, MI. Despite her impressive musical lineage as the daughter of Motown legend Johnny Griffith of the “Funk Brothers,” BETH has forged a remarkable career of her own.
Having honed her talents as a background singer for acclaimed artists Anita Baker and KEM during their global tours, BETH decided to take a bold step into the spotlight as a solo artist. This leap of faith led her to NBC’s “The Voice” season 16, where she was mentored by music icons Kelly Clarkson and John Legend.
Beyond her solo endeavors, BETH remains an in-demand support vocalist, touring internationally with renowned Motown R&B artist KEM and the legendary Mighty O’Jays. Her soulful vocals have graced a total of seven solo recording projects and seven additional recordings where she provided backing vocals.
In addition to her musical accomplishments, BETH is a member of SAG-AFTRA and boasts an impressive acting resume. She has appeared in four feature films, numerous stage plays, and commercials for both TV and radio.
Drawing inspiration from her father’s musical heritage, Johnny Griffith of the original Funk Brothers, BETH has performed in prestigious venues worldwide. Her vocal prowess has also been showcased on various television shows, including “Dancing With The Stars,” “Ash vs. Evil Dead,” “Glee Project,” and “American Bible Challenge.”
Moreover, BETH’s talent transcends genres, as evidenced by her collaboration with Rock-n-Roll Hall of Famer Dave Mason on the song “How Do I Get to Heaven” for the album “26 Letters, 12 Notes.”
Throughout her career, BETH has shared stages with an array of esteemed artists, such as Dionne Warwick, Anita Baker, Martha Reeves, Melba Moore, Boyz II Men, and more. Notably, she was a featured lead and background vocalist during the historic “Tribute to Motown” show at Carnegie Hall, directed by renowned Music Director Ray Chew.
With her captivating voice and multifaceted abilities, BETH continues to leave an indelible mark on the music and entertainment industry, and her artistry promises to inspire audiences for years to come.