Betty Who connects with ‘Human Touch’ in advance of Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum show
It's been just more than two years since Betty Who crashed the world of pop music with her debut album Take Me When You Go. In the time since, the Australian-born, Berklee-schooled singer has continued to rack up spins and plays around the world (our jam: "Heartbreak Dream"), and the countdown has begun towards her follow-up record, which is expected sometime next year.
Recently, Betty Who has provided two glimpses of what the future holds. First, with a sparkly cover of Donna Lewis' '90s-forever joint “I Love You Always Forever," and then last month with slinky pop crusher "Human Touch." Listen to both below.
This Thursday, the performer born Jessica Anne Newham takes the stage at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum for a stripped down performance, the latest in the venue's ongoing RISE concert series.
Here's more info from the organizers: "RISE concerts begin at 7 p.m., and a cash bar is open to guests, beginning at 5 p.m. so they can wander around the Museum’s famous Courtyard, sip cocktails around the Cloisters, explore the art-filled historic building, and enjoy the modern Renzo Piano wing. Tickets are required for RISE and include Museum admission. Admission is $27 for adults; $24 for seniors; $17 for members; $12 students and children; and youth age 7 and under not admitted. For information or to purchase tickets in advance, visit gardnermuseum.org or call 617-278-5156."