Beverley Knight’s powerful vocals and performance swept her audience in the Granite City off their feet.
The Wolverhampton-born singer brought an infectious energy to the Music Hall on Saturday night.
Getting the show started with Knight’s upbeat hit Get Up! the packed audience did just that.
This year marked a milestone for the artist’s career – she announced to the crowd it was her 25th year in the music industry and she has plans to keep performing.
“This is how we moved in 1994”, the soul artist said before singing familiar tunes such as Flavour Of The Old School.
Knight transported people back in time with the sounds of 90s R&B and soul.
And fans in the audience were taken from Aberdeen to the USA’s deep south with the smooth tune of Middle of Love – a track she wrote in Memphis, Tennessee.
The singer has had an illustrious career. In 2017 she took on the lead role in The Bodyguard in a run of the production in Toronto, Canada.
She has also collaborated on stage and on record with the biggest names in the industry such as Prince, Bryan Adams, Carlos Santana, Joss Stone and Take That.
Knight took time out in between performances to share the stories of her inspiration for each song.
Gold from the Who I Am album, describes self-love and recognising one’s worth.
Lively and full of spirit, the 46-year-old danced the night away, joking that everyone should have brought their batteries charged for a jive-filled evening.
Knight never forgot her audience and even gave a shout-out to one of her school friends watching.
She wrapped up the evening with the 2007 hit Black Butta.
At the end of her set, people were pleading for an encore – showering Knight in praise.