AN audience of over 150 people gathered at Hereford Salvation Army for 'An evening with Charlie Green'.

Rising to fame in 2008 as a Britain's Got Talent Semi-Finalist at just 11 years of age, Charlie wowed the audience with his Rat Pack themed first half and a couple of songs from the shows thrown in for extra pizazz!

Charlie then spent the interval chatting to his audience on an individual level, his shining personality and gracious spirit coming through.

He followed that with a costume change and started the second half wearing his Salvation Army uniform and singing Free.

What followed was a rendition of What a Friend we Have in Jesus as he sat at the piano.

He was interviewed by a member of the corps and the audience was able to discover more about Charlie's spiritual journey alongside his musical one.

First and foremost, he wants to remain true to himself and his roots and follow where God leads.

Despite being signed by Jimmy Osmond, singing at the Andy Williams, Moon River and Me show in Missouri and having the opportunity to sing in Las Vegas, when asked what his highlight was, he graciously replied; "singing at the Royal Albert Hall in London for The Salvation Army".