Rebekah Higgs

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Rebekah Higgs
Born (1982-05-19) May 19, 1982 (age 32)
Origin Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Genres Shoegaze, folk, pop music
Occupations Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, Guitar
Labels Outside Music (Canada)
Associated acts Ruby Jean and the Thoughtful Bees
Website RebekahHiggs.com
Members Jason Vautour, Sean MacGillivray, Colin Crowell, Rebekah Higgs

Rebekah Higgs (born May 29, 1982) is a Canadian indie rock singer, songwriter from Halifax, Nova Scotia.[1] She released her debut self-titled album in September 2006, recorded in Toronto with producer Thomas Payne of the Canadian band Joydrop.[2] The album was written and performed entirely by Higgs and Thomas and is a fusion of shoegaze, folk and pop. In 2007, Higgs released her album on Outside Music and was nominated for the 2008 East Coast Music Awards, as best female solo recording and best new artist.

Higgs tours Canada frequently with guitarist Jason Vautour, bassist Sean MacGillivray, and keyboardist Colin Crowell. All four musicians also perform in the dance pop group Ruby Jean and the Thoughtful Bees.

Discography[edit]

  • Road To Eden (2005)
  • Rebekah Higgs (2006)
  • Ruby Jean and the Thoughtful Bees (2009)
  • Little Voice (2010)
  • Little Voice Remix (2011)
  • Odd Fellowship (2011)
  • "Rebel Rebel" (2013)
  • "Sha La La" (2013)

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