Beth Preston

Beth Preston is an American Singer-Songwriter and performing artist whose influences draw from Iron and Wine, Florence and the Machine, Jeff Buckley, and Joni Mitchell. Beth began writing songs and learning guitar when she was 8, and began performing her original music in her coastal hometown of Carlsbad, California at the age of 18. The garage-recorded album “Inside Fire” was released in 2005, following her first international tour with Australian folk-rock artist Xavier Rudd. After a 7 year hiatus, Beth returns to professional music with the release of her latest album “Little Mirrors,” produced by Phil Parker, recording artist and cellist for Gregory Alan Isakov and Brandi Carlisle. Beth Preston currently resides in Boulder, CO.