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Beverley is really on song

PUBLISHED: 16:54 08 November 2007 | UPDATED: 15:19 12 May 2010

Beverley Knight

Beverley Knight

Leaving the Cambridge Corn Exchange after seeing one of the UK s leading soul artists I was asked what I thought of this latest performance. I can honestly say I was speechless. I d never been a huge Beverley Knight fan, but the 34-year old from Wolverham

Leaving the Cambridge Corn Exchange after seeing one of the UK's leading soul artists I was asked what I thought of this latest performance.

I can honestly say I was speechless.

I'd never been a huge Beverley Knight fan, but the 34-year old from Wolverhampton now has me and many others hooked.

From the moment she steps on to the stage, Beverley has the audience captured.

She has an amazing energy that few artists seem to boast, and I really believed that she was loving every minute of the performance with the fans.

Jumping around the stage and involving the audience, Beverley also had an excellent rapport with the musicians and backing singers.

With an amazingly powerful and soulful voice, Beverley belted out every track with such passion.

The change in mood throughout the performance kept the audience entranced.

Sista Sista and Gold were touching and I noticed more than one grown man ­- sitting next to me - with a tear in his eye.

The next minute fans on the balcony were being asked to sit down as they dance like fools to Made It Back and Ain't That a Lot of Love.

With 12 years in the industry Beverley was awarded an MBE this year for her services to music and it's not hard to see why.

She has won 3 Mobo awards and received Mercury and Brit nominations.

This lady's voice is truly amazing, with not a single flaw. She really owns every track.

And any girl that can jump around a stage for more than an hour in six-inch heels gets my vote!

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