I don’t know anything at all about this singer, Missy Higgins, except I was just listening to radio and was blown away by what I heard. What a revelation. Mournful, soulful, and eloquent all at once. This was like when hearing Shawn Colvin, Jackson Browne, or Eric Anderson for the first time. She is on that level of singer/songwriter– if her other work is anything like this. This blog will try and interview her sometime in the future. I promise not to ask her anything about executive privilege. Nor will we ask her to write a protest song about executive privilege, as some readers of this blog might want. If anyone has contact information for her, they can leave it in the comments section below, or contact me through my Facebook page.
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