Heather Small went go on a 12 date tour for 2009.
Tour press release
"Undoubtedly one of the best female British soul singers of recent years, Heather Small is best known for fronting the hugely successful 90s band, M People.
Small's career has spanned over seventeen years with M People hits including One Night In Heaven, Moving On Up and Search For The Hero to name but a few, and also as a solo artist with Proud. Small has always remained in the public eye having performed at the 2012 party to celebrate the handover of the Olympic games from Beijing to London. The song Proud was the unofficial song for Team GB in 2004 and is the official anthem to the London games in 2012.
Never afraid to challenge herself, Heather Small also appeared in BBC's Strictly Come Dancing 2008. Partnering up with Brian Fortuna Heather danced her way through to a very respectable 8th week before being voted off. Now
Heather Small will head back to her roots and love of music on Tour Summer 2009."
The support act for all dates was Lucy Noble.
I Don't Hurt Anymore (Dinah Washington cover)
Heartbreak Hotel (Elvis Presley cover)
Sight For Sore Eyes (M People)
One Night In Heaven (M People)
Pearls A Singer (Elkie Brooks' cover)
Summertime (Jazz standard written by George Gershwin)
Take Me for a Buggy Ride (Bessie Smith cover)
Fernando (Abba cover)
Someday (M People)
How Can I Love You More? (M People)
Rise Up (Solo)
Moving On Up (M People)
Nobody But You (Gladys Knight and The Pips cover)
See all the interviews and reviews from the tour here.