Another Knight with Beverley

COLIN WILSON Acclaimed UK soul star Beverley Knight brings her UK tour to the UEA, Norwich on Friday April 8.

COLIN WILSON

Acclaimed UK soul star Beverley Knight brings her UK tour to the UEA, Norwich on Friday April 8.

The tour coincides with the release of Beverley's new single Keep This Fire Burning which is taken from her critically-acclaimed, gold-certified album Affirmation which was released last summer.

It was 2002 that saw Beverley Knight make the big breakthrough with the album Who I Am which sold more than a quarter of a million copies in the UK and shot straight into the Top 10. The album featured the single Shoulda Woulda Coulda – one of the highest rotating songs of the year.

The year also saw Beverley completing many tour and festival dates in the UK and Europe (including Glastonbury and V), further enhancing her reputation as a must-see live act.

Her latest album has already produced the blistering hit single Come As You Are (which earned Beverley her highest chart position in her career) and follow-up hit Not Too Late For Love.

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The triple MOBO winner, Double Brit- and Mercury-nominated star is famed for her outstanding live shows and the tour promises a fantastic set with material spanning Beverley's four albums.

Doors 7.30pm. Tickets at £17.50 in advance are available in Norwich from UEA Union, Waterfront, Soundclash and HMV. Credit card bookings call 01603 508050 or go to www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk.

t EDP Event, in association with SJM Concerts is giving away three pairs of tickets to see Beverley Knight in concert at the UEA, Norwich on April 8, to the first three e-mails out of the bag that correctly answer the following question: Name Beverley Knight's latest album. Send your e-mails only to arrive by Wednesday April 6, including a daytime telephone number, to colin.wilson@archant.co.uk. Usual Archant competition rules apply.

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