In celebration of the release of her crowd-funded, fourth studio and first independent LP, O Vertigo, Australian music industry darling Kate Miller-Heidke has already dropped a massive set of tour dates across the country and today is adding an extra Sydney show to her extensive national tour. Following her sold out Sydney Opera House performance
Kate Miller-Heidke has announced her plans to make the most of the release of her fourth studio album, and first independent LP, O Vertigo. The darling of the Australian Music Industry has dropped a massive set of tour dates, bringing the crowd-funded album to the people who made it possible. It’s rare that a new
Final live lineup announced!
The Melbourne-based Australian arm of UK indie label Cooking Vinyl have announced a new partnership with one of Australia’s most treasured pop songwriters, Kate Miller-Heidke. Together they will release the Brisbane artist’s fourth studio album, O Vertigo!, on Friday, 14th March 2014. O Vertigo! is the follow-up to 2012’s Nightflight and Miller-Heidke’s first independent release,
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As the buzz builds around her previously announced Heavenly Sounds tour of metro churches throughout the east coast, Kate Miller-Heidke has announced an extensive run of regional tour dates, taking the songstress just about all over the country between May and June. The last time Miller-Heidke went bush was back in 2009 where she would
Kate Miller-Heidke is the latest artist selected to perform as part of the ongoing tour series Heavenly Sounds. Along with longstanding collaborator Keir Nuttall, Miller-Heidke will play before audiences in churches around the country. Last year Miller-Heidke made quite the positive impression with her third studio album Nightflight and will now have the chance to
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