By M People & Heather Small Fan Site, 28-Nov-2013 21:37:00
Heather Small will be performing on the last night of the 2014 Grassington Festival, Yorkshire.
The 'Last Night Party With Heather Small & DJ' will take place on Saturday 28th June 2014.
More information can be found at: http://www.grassington-festival.org.uk/events/heather-small/
By M People & Heather Small Fan Site, 24-Nov-2013 22:43:00
Heather Small performed Proud live on the ITV1 show 'Surprise Surprise', aired Sunday 24th November 2013. Heather was accompanied by the West Of Scotland Military Wives Choir. They performed as part of a surprise as a Royal Marine had nominated his partner for setting up a choir that provided a support network for other military wives in their area.
Watch the performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N16h1v2IXmc
By M People & Heather Small Fan Site, 23-Nov-2013 10:00:00
Heather Small presented an award at the 2013 Urban Music Awards on Friday 22nd November 2013.
By M People & Heather Small Fan Site, 07-Nov-2013 20:22:00
Some photos of Heather Small's time in Australia this November, including a boat ride on Sydney Harbour and her performances during the Melbourne Cup.
By M People & Heather Small Fan Site, 04-Nov-2013 18:28:00
M People Tour Review: Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, 27th October 2013 - Backstage Pass Biz:
Is there a better way to spend a Sunday night than at the last night of a 20th anniversary tour from a band who have many hits under their belt? It sure beats watching the likes of X Factor that's for sure.
A sold out auditorium paved the way for a fabulous night, and boy did it sound good. Even up in the rafters where our seats were right at the very back, the sound quality was perfect, crystal clear, all instruments heard, balanced nicely for Heather Small's wonderful vocals.
Opening with One Night in Heaven, the audience instantly were on their feet dancing away, and it remained like this throughout the entire show - hit after hit engulfing our ears, Angel Street, Colour My Life, Someday, Search for the Hero and many more.
The band were seamless, and what a pleasure it was to witness Snake Davis on Saxophone leading the way, his solo's were smooth and silky. Shovell had a big percussion set up down stage right, with Paul Heard on Keys stage left, along with backing vocals, drums, guitars and more keys.
After twenty years, the songs still sound as fresh as they did, and I lost count at how many times I was singing along throughout the night. My only criticism would be that the gig should have been in a bigger venue, so that even more fans had the chance to see M People party the night away.
Four stars ✭✭✭✭
Set List: One Night in Heaven, Renaissance, Excited, Angel St, Colour My Life, Someday, Search for the Hero, Natural Thing, Don't Look any Further, Open Up Your Heart, Sight For Sore Eyes, How Can I Love You More?, Encore: Just For You, Itchycoo Park, Moving On Up
View tour photos at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mpeople-heathersmall/sets/72157636436603326/
View tour videos at: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLdB77s-T7-5sgCtdjOPzRfKkQHaPxLXV
By M People & Heather Small Fan Site, 04-Nov-2013 01:15:00
Heather Small performed 'Proud' live on the Australian TV show 'The Morning Show', on Monday 4th November 2013. Heather also chatted to the hosts about her forthcoming Melbourne Cup dates and also what it was like visiting Oprah Winfrey!
Watch the performance and chat: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qeA2D1LExo
By M People & Heather Small Fan Site, 02-Nov-2013 23:57:00
Heather Small performed in Perth, 2nd November 2013, at Perth's Best Ball. The ball was in aid of Ronald McDonald House Charities and was based on the theme of Heather's song 'Proud'.
This was the first of four live appearances for Heather in Australia this month. Heather will also be performing at events for the Melbourne Cup Carnival.
By M People & Heather Small Fan Site, 01-Nov-2013 14:45:00
An interview with Shovell about the M People 20th Anniversary Greatest Hits Tour 2013 from Shovell's website:
As well as continuing to be a great musician and world renowned percussionist who has performed with many top artists, Shovell is also a fully qualified Cranio-Sacral Therapist, a Buddhist, a massive fan of The Arsenal Football Club and a much more happier and focused being than in years gone by.
However, things were not always this rosy, and in writing this, Shovell wanted to be as honest as possible, so let’s start with the name.
Born Andrew Robert Lovell, the nickname “Shovell” first emerged during a lads holiday in Magaluf in 1985. At that time Shovell was a plumber on Lewisham Council in South East London, so as well as having the official cockney rhyming slang with Lovell, his occupation at that time also had a telling part in the naming ceremony.
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