Missy Higgins, also known as Melissa Morrison Higgins, is undoubtedly one of the most acclaimed artists in Australia. Known for her smash hit singles “Scar”, “Steer” and “Where I Stood”, Missy Higgins has been nominated and won multiple awards including ‘Best Pop Release’ for “Scar” and nominations for ‘Best Female Artist’.
Missy Higgins' music career took off when she won a demo competition on national alternative radio broadcaster Triple J in 2001 for her powerful song “All for Believing“. She then signed with Eleven and released a self-titled EP in November 2003. Since then she has earned international acclaim and released numerous other best-selling albums, including The Sound of White (2004), On a Clear Night (2007), The Ol’ Razzle Dazzle (2012) and has toured extensively, including an Australian tour supporting Ed Sheeran in March 2018.
With a natural flair for powerful ballads, Missy Higgins has made a name for herself in the Australian and international pop scene. In 2021, Missy Higgins embarks on a tour to most of Australia’s major cities!
Missy Higgins has released many top hits including "Scar”, “Steer” and “Where I Stood”, "All for Believing", "Carry You", "Futon Couch", "The Days", "Warm Whispers" and many more.
Missy Higgins' top albums include The Sound of White (2004), On a Clear Night (2007), The Ol’ Razzle Dazzle (2012).
Missy Higgins is originally from Melbourne.
Miss Higgins' style is rooted in pop music and she releases many powerful ballads.
Yes, Missy Higgins won the MTV Award for Best Breakthrough , Aria Award Best Pop Release for "Scar"(2004), Aria Award for "Best Female Artist" for On A Clear Night (2007), Aria Award for Best Adult Contemporary Album (2012), Aria Award for Best Video for Everyone's Waiting, APRA Song of the Year and Breakthrough Award for "Scar" (2005) as well as several other nominations.
Missy Higgins' career took off when her sister sent off her demo "All For Believing" to national alternative radio broadcaster Triple J in 2001.
Missy Higgins was also the support act of a 2003 Australian Folk band The Waifs and rock band George.
Yes, Missy Higgins is an animal rights and environment activist.