S Club, Big Brovaz and Booty Luv perform at The Nightingale Club, Birmingham, UK

If anyone can host a 00’s themed club night, it’s The Nightingale Club in Birmingham, UK. They managed to book S Club, Big Brovaz and Booty Luv, to really start the night with a bang.

Bringing back childhood memories and dreams on 30 July 2016, all three acts performed with amazing energy and technical vocal ability, proving they were all born to sing.

For those of you who follow CelebMix on Snapchat, you’d have seen the whole thing on our Snapchat Story. We were right in front of the stage, a perfect viewing of the performances.

Big Brovaz & Booty Luv

Big Brovaz consist of Cherise Roberts, Nadia Shepherd, Randy Jackson and J-Rock (real name John Paul Horsley), with the girls forming Booty Luv after the split.

They had so much energy on stage, each song was fire!

Their first song was “Nu Flow”, which was Big Brovaz’s debut single, and their performance were on point.

They followed through with Booty Luv’s “Some Kinda Rush”, a personal fave of ours.

Big Brovaz and Booty Luv swapped between their hits singing: “OK”, “Favourite Things”, “Boogie 2Nite”, “Don’t Mess With My Man”. They ended with “Baby Boy”.

Big Brovaz and Booty Luv had so much energy on stage, we really wish they had new songs out soon, something to excite us with. Just because this group still has potential, there is still a place for them in the music industry. No other band, group or artist are doing what they have done, and they could totally make a successful comeback.

S Club

Next on stage was S Club. Bringing back all those memories they prove that there ain’t no party like an S Club party, even if there is only two of them.

Jo O’Meara and Bradley McIntosh gave a great performance of five of their biggest hits. Outstanding vocals that never wavered live on stage, and they even performed the dance moves that we all learnt as children.

The first song was “S Club Party”, which was quickly followed by their debut single “Bring It All Back”, both were nailed perfectly. “Never Had A Dream Come True”, however, really exposed their vocal talents, not a bad note whatsoever.

Their old club banger “Don’t Stop Movin'” was the song that picked the mood back up again, in perfect time for the outro song “Reach”.

The whole experience brought us back to our childhood. How we remembered the lyrics to every song, we do not know, and even the dance moves were familiar.

If you watched our Snapchat Story within the 24 hours following the concert, you’d have seen Big Brovaz, Booty Luv and S Club killing it on stage. Did you miss it? It’s too late to watch it now, but make sure you follow CelebMix on Snapchat so you don’t miss out on any more live performances.

If these groups are performing near you some time soon, we suggest you don’t miss the opportunity. Buy the tickets and listen to all those songs you loved as a child.

Were you at The Nightingale Club in Birmingham? Or were you watching the gig on our Snapchat? Either way, what did you make of their performances? Tell us your thoughts on Twitter @CelebMix. And don’t forget to follow us on Snapchat: CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

26-year-old writer, blogger, author, and journalist. Graduated from Staffordshire University in 2015. I write under the name Critic Jonni, on my blog. I also write for Channillo, Outlet Magazine, SPECTRUMM, Fuzzable, Modern Magazine, and Electric Mode. In the past, I have written for Fox & Squirrel Photography and the Daily Star. Follow me on Twitter @CriticJonni