The Brit Award nominated singer, songwriter, model and Strictly star, rose to fame as a vocalist on universal number 1 Groovejet (If this Ain’t Love) – thought to be the first song ever to be played on an iPod – before embarking on a solo career.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s ice-cool, cut-glass vocals lent a sophisticated edge to her work. Hits from the early noughties onwards include Young Blood, Take Me Home and Murder on the Dancefloor – Europe’s most-played song of 2002. This spring Sophie released orchestrated versions of all her hits and past single releases – we’re loving the transformation from glitter-ball queen to deluxe songster.
Accompanied by a full band and string section, see Ellis-Bextor perform your favourite hits with added oomph.