Beverley Knight MBE has spanned the last 20 years with her soulful pop and R&B style which has captured the hearts and propelled into one of the all-time greats of the nation, earning her countless awards for her services to the music industry.
Born 22nd March 1973, Beverley Knight was discovered in her hometown of Wolverhampton while she was singing at a local club and promptly signed to Dome Records (1994). First appearing on BBC’s Just the Two of Us, Beverley Knight went on to release her first album B-Soul (1995) was hailed as one of the top soul albums in the UK, while she went on to receive two awards in 1996 for her work, she went onto sign to major label EMI and released Prodigal Sista (1996) which was certified Gold.
In 2002 Beverley Knight moved into the mainstream and produced her third album Who I Am which contained the hits "Get Up!" and "Shoulda Woulda Coulda". Touring the UK in 2002 she began working on her next project which would take her away from her soul sound and move in to the realms of Pop.
After a less successful stint on BBC’s singing TV show, Just the Two of Us, Beverley Knight went on to join Take That on their Take That - The Ultimate Tour 06 and led onto her fifth successive release Voice – The Best of Beverley Knight is a collection of her greatest hits which was certified Gold.
After 11 years of being associated with EMI’s Parlophone label, Beverley Knight decided to part ways with the label and began releasing music through her own label – Hurricane Records. Her next album named 100% was a combination of working with old and new producers. She released Soul UK (2011) which is a collection of Soul covers including Soul II Soul’s “Fairplay”, There's Nothing Like This” by Omar, and Rod Temperton “Always And Forever”.