Could you leave me with a scaaaaaar?
Some big Aussie names for the South Australian festival’s return.
“I had a smile ear to ear watching and listening to this (very) old song of mine be reborn.”
It’s shaping up to be a good one.
This is everything we’ve ever wanted.
Nostalgia, gratitude and all the feels. Missy Higgins & John Butler Trio’s Sydney Opera House Forecourt show was a sight to behold.
“The women that I was inspired by back then played such an important role in making me confident enough to be who I was and not have to compromise my integrity in order to tell my story and be successful.”
Two old friends (and Australian music icons) are joining forces again.
“There’s something about the way that Missy described a feeling or a situation, that just makes me just fall to my knees every time I listen”
“If you’re ever in doubt that your music has changed the course of lives, remember this story”
“To think that we treat [refugees] like criminals is just really appalling.”
Hopefully it won’t leave her with a scar.
“We demand you do better.”
“Seriously a highlight of my career,” says Missy Higgins.
Missy takes a mark.
“I’m so excited to finally road-test my new tunes in all these beautiful venues across the country.”
“I wanted to see what sounds and beats we could conjure out of the electronic ether.”
“You’re the reason I write songs the way I do… with nothing to hide and everything to give.”
A Weekend In The Gardens is back.