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Suzie Higgie


Suzie Higgie was the singer/songwriter for the Australian group the Falling Joys, who released numerous produces (including three albums) during the period of a decade. Pursuing their break up, she relocated to Britain where she released her 1st solo album, Tunes of Habit, in 2001. The record is definitely sparsely created, with an electric feel towards the backing, the majority of which was performed by Higgie herself. Her materials is somewhat jazzy, breezy vocalist/songwriter rock, shipped with a awesome restraint.

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Full Name Suzie Higgie
Profession Singer
Nationality Australian
Siblings Andrew Higgie
Music Groups Falling Joys
Music Songs 12 Gates to the City, My New Anorak, I Can't Hold Back My Love, Never Going to See You Again, Hooplaville, I Can't Say No, In Between Worlds, Turn the Big Light Off, Wishbone, Goodbye Again, Thin Eyebrows, I Trust You Had a Good Time, Wild Heart, Blackhills, Just One of Those Things, 1000 Days, Only You Can Do It, The Letter, Slowdown, Never, Thirsty
Albums Songs of Habit

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