It's her bravery and openness that welcomes thoughts of other singer/songwriters (think Fiona Apple) who laid it all out seemingly without fear of careful ears.”

New Times


Bea sings and strums her indie-folk pop songs with the same sincerity she uses to write them. Spending her early adult years in Dallas, Texas, Bea acquainted herself with the local music scene and played every stage she could from small pubs to large capacity venues and opened for acts such as Norah Jones, John Mayer and James Taylor. Her ambitions eventually drove her to NYC where she played on subway platforms to make rent.  

Bea self-released two albums- her full length “The Critics Call you a Genius” and an EP entitled “Somebody, Anybody”. Both are composed of raw, modest, sometimes live, and low budget recordings that are unabashedly honest. 

Bea later began work as a fashion designer and found herself writing and performing far less often. But a five year break from music, a beautiful baby boy and a move to upstate later, Bea found herself being once again drawn to her first loves- her guitar and the stage.

Almost always playing solo, Bea delivers every thoughtful lyric of her hook-strong songs with simplicity while still managing to evoke a range of emotions. She has toured nationally with acts such as Rhett Miller (Old 97's), Chris Trapper, and Kawehi.

Bea's third album, "Old Habits" was her first full length studio recorded effort, outfitted with the formidable talents of Grammy Award winning drummer and noted producer, Brady Blade (Dave Matthews, Emmylou Harris, Jewel), accomplished award winning engineer, Chris Bell (U2, The Eagles, Erykah Badu) and multi Grammy Award winning mastering engineer, Gavin Lurssen. Following two years of touring across the country to promote "Old Habits", Bea has returned again to the city and resides in Brooklyn, NY. 



Download the entire album here.


Bea's has toured nationally with acts including Chris Trapper, Rhett Miller and Kawehi. Her touring history can be viewed here.