Little Miss Higgins is a singer, songwriter, and most importantly, a storyteller.
We had a great conversation about her exciting new project, The Fire Waltz — which incorporates an album (featuring a murderer’s row of local roots musicians) and a narrative podcast, all tied to a story from her personal family history.
We also got into the reasons she was drawn to Winnipeg, finding musical family in the Times Change(d) scene, and much more!
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