All Saints play first gig for five years

For some very special guests

All Saints play first gig for five years
All Saints were watched by stars including Liam Gallagher and Serge Pizzorno as they played their first gig for five years tonight (October 25) at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire.

Though the band played just a short set, they confessed it was scary returning to the live arena.

“We're very nervous, you know!” Shaznay Lewis told the packed crowd as they kicked off the show.

The band played six songs mainly drawn from their forthcoming album 'Studio 1', though they also included their 2000 Number One single 'Pure Shores', after which Nicole Appleton afmitted: “I'm very emotional now.”

The reunited band were watched by a host of celebrities in the audience, including Nicole Appleton's partner Liam Gallagher and Natalie Appleton's husband Liam Howlett from The Prodigy.

Also present were Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno, The Prodigy's Keith Flint and Oasis bassist Andy Bell.

All Saints played:

'Chick Fit'
'Not Eazy'
'In It To Win It'
'Pure Shores'

The group are now set to release 'Studio 1' on November 13. A single, 'Rocksteady', precedes the album on November 6.

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