But the staggering depth of his catalogue has only just been revealed.The result of several years of off-and-on sessions at the apple shed, isn’t an album; it’s an avalanche: 41 songs on four discs, with songs dating back to 1967 – none one of them previously recorded or released.“I can’t believe it’s finally here.” Leaving aside her rapidly rising hype meter – her songs have recently popped up on both “Smallville” and “Grey’s Anatomy” – the young and ridiculously pretty Higgins is hardly full of herself.Her running banter throughout the night was witty, off-the-cuff, and self-deprecating. But all of this would be easy to dismiss if Higgins were just another post-Lilith coffeehouse wannabe, caught up in her own preciousness.Tickets are on sale now, Check out all the tour dates below.Also Katie Herzig and I will be performing 3 shows in Australia and 1 in London in just a couple of weeks! Just for fun here’s 20 Seconds of Pure Dance by the Pitt DPT Class of 2015.“And, of course, teaching him piano and guitar, I can’t wait for that.” Earlier this year Higgins made headlines after featuring in a portrait for the prestigious Archibald Prize, which saw her kissing artist Sophie Hewson.
submit and post your 20 Seconds Of Pure Dance video on youtube now! This is where Kev Carmody – most famous for his iconic song co-written with Paul Kelly, From Little Things Big Things Grow – recorded his first music in a decade.This is how he describes it: “It’s a good little bloody space.Born in 1946 to an Aboriginal mother and Irish father, he grew up droving on the Darling Downs, and remained illiterate until finding his way into university in 1978.