Monday, October 20, 2008


Oct. 20, 2008

Little Miss Higgins’ critically acclaimed album, Junction City, won a 2008 Western Canadian Music Award for "Outstanding Blues Recording" last night (19th) in Edmonton, Alberta.

Little Miss Higgins, aka singer/guitarist Jolene Higgins, who lives in Nokomis, Sask., appeared on the program at several affiliated events over the weekend. Junction City was recorded in Calgary with some of that city's leading musicians, including producer Tim Williams, as well as with Higgins’ sidekick, Foy Taylor, on rhythm guitar.

Little Miss Higgins is having a splendid year that has been filled with bookings from across the country and a handful of honours. The five-foot-two performer won the "Favourite Blues Artist/Group or Duo of the Year" category of the 8th Annual Indie Awards held in Toronto on March 8, 2008, during Canadian Music Week. Junction City was also nominated in the "Blues Album of the Year" category for the 2008 Juno Awards.

Little Miss Higgins has toured extensively this summer, including appearing on festival stages in Edmonton, Winnipeg, Montreal, Owen Sound, and Canso, Nova Scotia.

Little Miss Higgins Tour Dates:

Oct 23: The Ironwood Stage and Grill, Calgary, AB
Oct 24: The Ironwood Stage and Grill, Calgary, AB
Oct 25: The Twin Butte General Store, Twin Butte, AB
Oct 30: The Royal, Nelson, BC
Oct 31: Old Firehall Wine Bar, Rossland, BC
Nov 6: Minstrel Café, Kelowna, BC
Nov 7: Bozzini's Lounge, Chilliwack, BC
Nov 8: Crescent Legion, Crescent Beach, BC
Nov 12: Dream Café, Penticton, BC
Nov 13: Arts Station, Fernie, BC
Nov 14: The Slice, Lethbridge, AB
Nov 15: The Royal Canadian Legion Hall, Vermilion, AB
Nov 29: Women's Blues Review at Massey Hall, Toronto, ON
Dec 5: Amigo's, Saskatoon, SK
Dec 6, The Nokomis Hotel, Nokomis, SK

For more information:
Brian Farquharson
Anya Wilson Promotion and Publicity


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