"Missy Higgins" (born "Melissa Morrison Higgins" on August 19, 1983) is an Australian singer-songwriter living in Melbourne. Her professional music career began in mid-2001 while she was still a student at Geelong Grammar School, when she won the Triple J 'Victoria Unearthed' competition with her song ''All For Believing''. She released her first EP with record label ''Eleven: a music company'' in November 2003. Her second EP ''Scar'' was released in August 2004, debuting at #1 on the Australian charts. Her first album, ''The Sound Of White'' was released in September 2004. Many of her songs are based around her performance on the piano, and so is considered a leading artist in Australian Piano rock.
''The Sound Of White'' was produced in the U.S. by John Porter with audio engineer Jay Newland, noted for his work with jazz singer-songwriter, Norah Jones.
Throughout 2004, Missy had been touring as a support act with Pete Murray and The John Butler Trio, including solo performances at the Hordern Pavilion, The Clarendon, and the Enmore Theatre. With the release of ''The Sound Of White'', Missy begun another national tour, her first as the headliner.
In 2004 Missy was nomi...
|Born||August 19, 1983|
|website||Missy Higgins Official Site|