Heather Small

Heather Small ( born January 20, 1965 in London) is a British soul singer.

Short Biography

Small applied to many listings and was hired in 1988 by the jazz -soul group Hot House. When she met on the DJ Mike Pickering, paving the way for their breakthrough with M People were asked. She borrowed the based in Manchester House and drum -and- bass group from 1990 her voice and started during which a solo career. Born and raised she is in London. Among her biggest hits include Moving on Up and Search for the Hero.

In November 2000, Heather Small recorded the duet You Need Love Like I Do by Tom Jones.

2005 her single from the eponymous album Proud official soundtrack for the application of London to the Olympic Games in 2012. Was the success of the title Proud held in 2006 continues. He is part of the soundtrack to Akeelah and the Bee with Angela Bassett and Laurence Fishburne and is also used in the television series Queer as Folk.

A best-of album titled M People featuring Heather Small, The Ultimate Collection was released in 2005. It contains both songs of group M People as well as pieces from the solo career of Small.

In November 2010 Here Come the Girls, a joint tour of the UK with singers Anastacia and Lulu started. The program included both his own hits as well as cover versions. Small replaced Chaka Khan, who had a year earlier denied the first concerts Anastacia and Lulu.




In 2000, she released her first solo album Proud and a single release of the same title. Another single followed after the great success in the UK: Holding on.

Close to a Miracle

On July 24, 2006, initially published in the UK, Close to a Miracle is the second solo album by Heather Small. The first single of the album called Radio On and already appeared on 17 July 2006.