Heather Small to wow West Country crowd

PUBLISHED: 20:00 27 February 2018

Heather Small.

Heather Small.


A soul songstress hopes to wow the crowd in Bristol in April.

Heather Small is best known for being the lead singer of the band M People, who she performed with from 1987 to 1998.

Small released her debut solo album Proud in 2000 with a single of the same name which went on to become her signature song.

During her career, Small has worked with the likes of Sir Tom Jones, Stereophonics and Feeder and her song Proud was used as the Team GB song at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

She has also appeared on BBC Breakfast, The Paul O’Grady Show and GMTV.

This year will see Small celebrate three decades of singing as she sets off around the UK on her The Voice of M People tour.

Heather Small will be at the Marble Factory, in Avon Street, at 7pm on April 17.

Tickets start from £31.96 and are available from www.marblefactorybristol.com or from 01179 723111.

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