Heather Small is an English soul singer who has a net worth of $ 5 million. She was born on January 20, 1965.
Heather Small has what some call a unique and distinctive voice that is quickly recognizable to many people. She is probably more famous for being the voice of the Manchester band known as M People. She was born and raised in South London and joined her first group, Hot House when she was a teenager. However, after an opportunity to meet with a DJ from Manchester named DJ Mike Pickering, who before Quango, saw that soon he would sell more than 10 million albums worldwide to sing with his group M People. There were some very big hits with songs like Moving on Up and Search for a Hero.
However, in 1998, after the album “Best of” by M People’s, Heather and the band took some time off to pursue solo projects.
In 2000, Heather released his first solo album called “Proud” and the single with the same name. This was followed by another single, Holding On, in November 2000 made a unique duet with Tom Jones, named You Need Love Like I Do (which can also be found on the 1999 album “Reload).
Since then, she has been taking some time off to take care of her son and start recording her new solo album. She was occasionally seen in various television programs such as Parkinson’s and Songs of Praise. He also sang three songs at the Tsunami Relief Concert at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
In 2005, another album of M People went on sale, Titled M People featuring Heather Small, The Ultimate Collection, with songs of the band and of her alone.
Heather released a new single ‘Radio On’ in the UK on July 17th, 2006 and her second solo album, ‘Close To A Miracle’ were released on July 24, followed by a second single from the same first name. The album was a major commercial failure to be a week at No. 57 and getting their two singles out of the Top 100. A short solo tour of the UK in the fall of that year was well received.
M People have announced four concerts playing in places like Delamere Forest Cheshire, Dalby Forest North York Moors, Thetford Forest, Suffolk, and Westonbirt Arboretum National Glos as part of the Forest Commission of the 2007 Forest Tours. The sample will be the support to the Forestry Commission of valuable social and environmental programs. Heather Small of M People says: “We’ve played in many different places, but never in the woods so we’re really looking forward to doing these concerts.” In addition to these M, People concerts are also set to appear at the Hampton Court Festival in Surrey, London on June 12.
Heather has recently collaborated with Icelandic singer Tenor Garðar Thór Cortes in a song called “Luna”