Missy Higgins has been nominated for the 2007 IT List Awards for culture street magazine, POPrepublic.tv.
Now in it’s third year, the IT LIST Awards are going totally digital with 2007 being the first year that ALL voting is to be done online at
Voting is open now and runs until the end of January with the results announced in the February issue of the magazine.
Missy is nominated in the AUSTRALIAN FEMALE ARTIST category. So jump online and vote for Missy!
Make sure you tune into the ABC this Sunday December 16 at 7.30pm as Missy makes a special guest appearance on Spicks & Specks!
This special Christmas episode is one you won’t want to miss!
Missy has signed a Christmas bauble which is part of an online auction to raise money for the Starlight Children’s Foundation Australia. You are invited to place a bid online . All funds raised will go towards helping sick children.
The Age newspaper in Melbourne held its now annual EG Award ceremony at St Kilda’s Prince Bandroom last Friday. Missy was awarded Best Female Artist.
Missy was playing in Newcastle on the night and said “as a proud Melbournian it feels particularity good to get this kind of recognition in my hometown”.
This caps of a truly remarkable year for Missy having recently been awarded “Best Female Artist” at this year’s ARIA Awards. Missy and her band finished up the “..For One Night Only Tour” in Wollongong on Sunday after a blistering live set at the Homebake festival in Sydney’s Domain.
Missy’s Live Earth performance of “Steer” is now available on DVD as part of a new release called “Live Earth – The Concerts For A Climate In Crisis”. The Live Earth concerts, recorded at Wembley Stadium in London, Giants Stadium in New Jersey and Makuhari Messe in Japan, kicked off a multi-year campaign to combat climate change and advocate environmentally sustainable living.
The Live Earth album package is carbon neutral and the net proceeds from the sale of this DVD/CD benefit the Alliance for Climate Protection.
“Live Earth – The Concerts For A Climate In Crisis” is now available in the U.S.A. through Warner Bros. Records and will be available in Australia on the 8th December through Warner Music Australia.
For a full track listing and more info visit
TeenMusic.com are hosting an online chat with Missy this Tuesday (USA time). For you chance to ask Missy a question sign up online for free and login on December 4th at 4 pm Pacific/7 pm Eastern (USA).
Missy joins the likes of Al Gore, Eddie Vedder and Justin Timberlake on the cover of the current issue of Australian RollingStone (Jan 08). You can view the cover online . Inside is a two page interview with Missy talking about her recent tour, climate change, the music biz and what she has planned for the future.
Missy’s interview on the ABC’s ‘Conversation Hour’ is now available to listen to online .
You might have seen some media excitement about my sexuality lately. Basically, I gave an interview [here] that’s since been twisted around by other writers so I figure I should clear things up for anyone who’s been confused by it all.
As I explained in that original interview, I’ve never felt comfortable with labeling or categorizing human beings. However if we’re going to pigeonhole me, I’ve been in relationships with both men and women so I guess I fall most easily under the category “Bisexual”.
The reason I’ve tried to avoid discussing this with journalists is because – like most people – I just don’t like the idea of virtual strangers delving into my private life and possibly misrepresenting things.
Recent events have just reinforced that view. Please rest assured that I am not, never have been, and never will be ashamed of my sexuality but also please respect the fact that when I do an interview I want it to be about my music and not about my love life!
Thanks for your support and understanding.
Missy dropped into the Nova studios recently to perform ‘Peachy’ for a bunch of fans. Check out the video on the website.
Unfortunately the ABC Conversation Hour has had to move Missy’s interview to now run on Monday at 11.00am due to an election special today, so make sure you tune in for it then. If you miss it on Monday you can always download it as a podcast . Visit for more info.
Australia’s ARIA Award winning BEST FEMALE ARTIST, Missy Higgins kicked off her “..For One Night Only” tour over the weekend in North Queensland playing to thousands of eager fans. The tour is now heading south and hits Brisbane this Friday night and N.S.W next week.
This is the final national tour for her triple platinum album On A Clear Night with some dates already sold out and all remaining dates selling fast. In stores now is the repackaged and limited special tour edition album which includes a bonus DVD featuring the “Making Of On A Clear Night”.
In the wake of Missy’s recent successful tour of America and in anticipation of her album being released there in January 2008, the Top 10 song “Where I Stood” will feature in the hugely popular television show Grey’s Anatomy. The episode will air to millions in the U.S on Thursday November 22nd.
In recent weeks the song has propelled up the American digital charts and also featured in the hit show “Smallville”. The episode is due to air back home in early April 2008.
Missy’s newest single – the live favourite “Peachy” is available online now and is at radio and TV everywhere. Neil Finn makes a guest appearance on electric guitar in this ‘pissed off yet feel good’ pop song.
The “..For One Night Only” tour will visit the following cities and venues and is presented by rovedaily.com.au.
A reminder that NO extra shows will be added to this tour so be sure to get your tickets now to avoid disappointment. Where noted below venues will also be in Intimate Theatre Mode all shows are with special guest – You Am I’s Tim Rogers.
See the Tour Dates page for info on dates and venues.
Missy fans in America don’t forget to tune into Grey’s Anatomy on Thursday 22nd November at 9PM on ABC.
Missy’s beautiful song “Where I Stood” features in the latest episode of this hit TV show!
If you are anywhere in NSW or QLD at 11.00am this Monday (November 26) make sure you tune into your local ABC radio to hear Missy Higgins on the ABC Conversation Hour with Richard Fidler.
Missy talks for an hour about her life and sings 4 songs live from her ARIA Award Winning, Triple Platinum Selling album “On A Clear Night”.
The conversation will also be available online via Podcast. Visit for more info.
“Peachy” is the latest single to come from Missy’s triple platinum album “On A Clear Night”. The “Peachy EP” will be a digital only release and is available now on with the additional tracks “Droving Woman” (Performed by Augie March, Missy Higgins & Paul Kelly), “The Book Song” (Live) and “100 Round The Bends” (Live).
Missy’s album “On A Clear Night” has been certified triple platinum in Australia. That means sales over 210,000 copies! “On A Clear Night” yielded the #1 single “Steer”, the top 10 hit “Where I Stood” and the new single “Peachy”.
There’s now overwhelming evidence that climate change will have serious economic, social and environmental impacts and threatens our quality of life. Climate change is the most challenging issue of our time.
Even though ordinary Aussies across the country are pitching in to reduce their own greenhouse gas emissions, this simply isn’t enough to stop climate change globally. We need governments, industries and the community to work together so we can see real reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
So, to show our political leaders that Australians are deeply concerned about global warming, we can Walk Against Warming!
In 2007 Walk Against Warming will highlight the need for laws in place to reduce Australia’s greenhouse pollution, through:
- a reduction in energy use
- increased energy efficiency
- a shift to renewable energy
- better public transport systems
- an end to land clearing and logging of old growth forests
- a price being placed on carbon pollution
Join thousands of other Aussies at a Walk Against Warming event near you to send a clear message to our political leaders – that the community wants bolder and more effective government action on climate change!
Get a group of your mates together and walk against warming!
Missy fans in the U.S.A. have the chance to win a Live Earth Gibson acoustic guitar signed by the artists who rocked Live Earth Sydney including Missy.
You could also score a Limited Edition Live Earth t-shirt, hat and KEEN bag, as well as CDs from Missy Higgins, Jack Johnson, Crowded House, Wolfmother and John Butler Trio.
You must be at least 13 years old and live in the U.S.A. to enter.
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You can also text SOS to 82004 to enter to win, and to receive updates from Live Earth.
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Missy is appearing as a special guest on The Chaser tonight. Tune into the ABC at 9pm to check it out!
On the eve of her “..For One Night Only Tour” Missy Higgins was awarded with an ARIA award in Sydney last night. Missy has received awards at each of the last four ARIA awards.
Missy walked away with the award for BEST FEMALE ARTIST.
Missy wowed the crowd with a beautiful performance of “Where I Stood” and was also a presenter on the night, presenting two awards with ARIA host Rove McManus.
Her highly acclaimed album “On A Clear Night” is almost quadruple platinum here with the third single the live favourite “Peachy” released November 10. The album will be released in America early 2008. In a further sign of her growing Stateside buzz, “Where I Stood” featured in the TV series “Smallville” propelling the song up the American digital charts.
On the live front Missy’s “..For One Night Only” with special guest Tim Rogers is selling fast with several dates already sold out.