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Little Miss Higgins brings rural roots to the Empress Theatre

Little Miss Higgins

Little Miss Higgins performs Nov. 21 at the Empress Theatre.

Lively singer-songwriter Little Miss Higgins and her band, The Winnipeg Five, bring their vintage-country roots sound from small town Saskatchewan to Fort Macleod during their show at the Empress Theatre on Saturday, Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m.
Higgins combines old-timey country, blues, jazz and folk tunes with sweet, quirky lyrics, and delivers them together with the warmth and sass of her trademark voice.
Higgins’ songs tell stories of small town prairie life and love with a nostalgic flair, backed up by the pleasing harmonies of her band.
Born in Brooks, raised in Kansas and now living in rural Saskatchewan, Higgins “writes about real things in a rooted and poetic way.”
The Bison Ranch Recording Sessions is Higgins’ fifth full-length album, and was nominated for a 2014 Juno award for Best Roots Group Album.
In 2008, Little Miss Higgins was also nominated for a Juno Award for Best Blues Album.
Higgins’ performance at the Empress Theatre is part of the Centre Stage concert series line-up for the 2015-’16 season.

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