Heather Small

Fee Band

Heather Small made her name as lead singer of Mercury Prize-winning M-People. She continues to serve up signature tunes like Search For The Hero and Moving On Up – and the London 2012 anthem Proud. Heather performs to playback with backing singers or with her band.


Heather Small established herself as a hugely successful vocalist with her band M-People. On the back of hits like Movin On Up and Search For a Hero, they were awarded a BRIT for Best UK Dance Act and went on to sell over 10 million records worldwide.

M-People won the Mercury Prize with their highly polished commercial sound, described as the perfect example of ‘handbag house’. Since striking out as a solo artist Heather has taken on a new identity, adding jazz and soul standards to her repertoire.

Heather’s single Proud is the official anthem of the London 2012 Games and was closely affiliated with Team GB at both the Athens and Beijing Olympics.

Performing to playback with backing singers or with her new band, Heather continues to serve up all the corporate anthems and hits including Search For The Hero, One Night In Heaven and Just For You.


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