Missy Higgins

A Reminder: A Weekend in the Gardens offers up possibly the best way to spend your weekend in Melbourne

November 15, 2017

Starting on Friday, A Weekend in The Gardens is giving Melbourne music lovers three days of prime live music. From one of Australia’s greatest songwriters in Paul Kelly, to some of the country’s best hip hop artists and songwriting collectives, the three-day festival event is not like your usual branded series of shows. Playing to the likes […]

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Briggs & Missy Higgins amongst winners of 2017 Screen Music Awards!

November 13, 2017

From Australian movies Jasper Jones and Don’t Tell, to international productions Alien: Covenant and The Get Down, some of the small and large screens’ most compelling stories of the past year have been set to a musical backdrop created by some of Australia’s finest screen composers. Overnight, these screen composers were honoured as the winners […]

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Sarah Blasko, Jed Kurzel, Briggs and more nominated for the 2017 APRA Screen Music Awards

October 14, 2017

Nominees for the 2017 Screen Music Awards have been announced by APRA AMCOS and the Australian Guild of Screen Composers, and will be recognised at the official ceremony being held at Melbourne Recital Centre on Sunday Monday 13 November. The awards celebrate the achievements in music composition for documentaries, short films, children’s television, advertising, film […]

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Win a double pass to see Miracle City starring Missy Higgins at the Sydney Opera House

September 17, 2017

Set in the early 1990s, at the height of televangelism, Miracle City tells the story of the Truswells, a family with a dream to build a religious theme park, and the extreme lengths the patriarch, Ricky Truswell, will go to in order to make their dream a reality. A brand new production of Nick Enright […]

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Missy Higgins to headline the 2017 Barunga Festival this June

March 22, 2017

The 2017 Barunga Festival has released its first announcement today, revealing that Missy Higgins will headline the June weekender this year. Holding a special spot within the hearts of many music and arts fans, Barunga will be looking attract over 4000 people to the NT again in 2017 with the Katherine region well and truly on show. The […]

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Flume and A.B. Original lead the APRA’s Song of The Year Top 20 list

January 19, 2017

APRA AMCOS have released their shortlist for the 2017 APRA Song of the Year, with 20 Aussie songwriters making it to the final round, as voted by APRA AMCOS songwriter and publisher members. Newcomers Amy Shark, Julia Jacklin, Tash Sultana and D.D Dumbo enter the shortlist for the first time, while A.B. Original and Flume lead the Top 20 charge with two nominated songs featuring […]

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Amanda Palmer and Missy Higgins to join The School of Life Melbourne for one-off event in January

December 15, 2016

On January 15th, singer-songwriters Amanda Palmer and Missy Higgins will speak on motherhood, music, and artistry at a one-off event for the Melbourne branch of Alain de Botton‘s School of Life. Both Palmer and Higgins have built their musical careers on going against the grain, boasting creative streaks that, Palmer at least, worried might be […]

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Live Review: Missy Higgins and The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra + Ben Abraham – The Plenary, Melbourne (27.11.16)

November 29, 2016

There are only a few truly perfect pairings in life. A glass of red and a handsome man. Avocado and Vegemite. Taylor Swift and a red lip… And now I’m happy to say I’ve witnessed another; Missy Higgins and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. For all of her accolades, I’ve often thought of Missy Higgins as […]

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Flight of the Conchords, Flume & Crowded House: the 2016 ARIA Awards go down in Sydney

November 23, 2016

Australian music’s night of nights was celebrated at one of the main, if not the, Sydney venue largely seen as responsible for the stranglehold and death of the city’s live music culture – The Star. The irony wasn’t lost on many and thanks to Flume in particular, the Keep Sydney Open message of supporting the smaller local […]

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Falls Festival founder Simon Daly to bring new three-day music and arts festival to Weribee Mansion

June 1, 2016

Founder of Falls Festival has went and brought another three-day* festival into the Australian market, securing Melbourne’s Victorian era Weribee Mansion for The Lost Lands. Over the Melbourne Cup weekend (Oct 29 to 30*), this new all-ages festival will be driven by a local and international line-up of some very reliable bands and musicians, spread […]

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Missy Higgins announces run of shows for 2016, Paul Dempsey to support!

October 28, 2015

Missy Higgins has been spending 2015 adjusting to life as a parent, having given birth to son Samuel back in January, following a successful national Australian tour in late 2014. During her time off the road though, she says she’s been writing new music while being Mum and it’s material she’s looking forward to sharing […]

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Courtney Barnett, Violent Femmes, Missy Higgins, Birds of Tokyo and more top an impressive Twilight at Taronga Lineup for 2016

October 21, 2015

The lineup for the 2016 Twilight at Taronga Summer Concert Series has been announced! Having launched in 1996 and held at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo, 2015 marks the event’s 20th anniversary. With an eclectic and solid lineup each year – alongside that killer view – Twilight has become an understandably anticipated event for many in Sydney […]

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Missy Higgins, Kim Churchill and more announced for 2016’s Peninsula Picnic!

October 14, 2015

The Peninsula Picnic returns to the idyllic Mornington Peninsula next year, bringing with it a swag of talented artists set to perform over the weekend! This year’s line up boasts the likes of Missy Higgins, Kim Churchill, Darren Middleton, Timberwolf and Ruby Whiting on its first announcement, not to mention the return of a stellar menu of locally sourced food […]

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Album Review: Missy Higgins – Oz (2014 LP)

October 8, 2014

With a beautiful catalogue of cover songs, Oz, represents the talent across many Australian musicians and bands and it’s safe to say that Missy Higgins approaches each song with such clarity, grace and passion. An underrated musician in many respects, Missy crafts each song to perfection by showcasing her soothing vocals, adding an atmosphere of peaceful serenity with […]

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