Beverley started her professional life recording and releasing singles on a small label called Elite Records. Her soulful voice created a stir at a time when most of Soul singers came from America. Dj's such as Robbie Vincent and Tony Blackburn supported her and played her records gaining her a reputation as a singer to be reckoned with. She also gained a die hard following. In 1992 Beverley would finally have her first hit as a featured vocalist on the Gat Decor single "Passion" performing on Top of the Pops as an artist in her own right. Since then Beverley has worked with artists such as Chaka Khan, Dave Gilmore, Will Young, The Eurythmics and Annie Lennox's solo tours. Her vocals can be heard on the albums of artists such as Elton John and Tina Turner. In 1996 she joined Bill Wyman's Rythm Kings. A prestigious Line up of Bill, Geogie Fame, Peter Frampton, Gary Brooker and Albert Lee, Beverley was the only leading female for 15 years. Bill Wyman calls her his best discovery and many agree after hearing her.