MIKE HIGBEE
Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Great News! My first score for a feature film! "A trois on y va," about a love triangle will be showing in theaters all across France starting March 25th!  

  



POSTED BY MIKE AT 08:09 AM

 

 

Saturday, March 22, 2014
"Just a Sigh," a film by Jerome Bonnell opened this weekend in New York. My song "Love of my Life" is part of the soundtrack for it. It's a great film, with a fantastic performance by French Actress, Emmanuelle Devos."

POSTED BY MIKE AT 05:54 AM

 

 

Thursday, February 13, 2014

A new music video for my song "Love Letter." It was shot during Brooklyn's Mermaid Parade in Coney Island.  A little taste of summer in the middle of this long long winter. Happy Valentine's Day!

 

 



POSTED BY MIKE AT 09:42 PM

 

 

Monday, February 25, 2013

I'm delighted to share with you, the music video for Secret Life, starring Jana Fredricks and James Reade Venable. It was directed by the very talented Michael Robayo and shot in the summer of 2012 on the Guarraci Family farm, a couple hours outside of New York. A big thank you to all of those who participated in making this video and a special thank you to the Guarraci Family for their incredible hospitality.

 



POSTED BY MIKE AT 11:08 PM

 

 

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Blahblahblahscience.com's review of "Secret Life." 

By Trevor Meyer 

"Recently, I had the pleasure of listening to Mike Higbee’s new album,Secret Life. The New York native released the album last month. This album is refreshing, not to mention, incredibly diverse. Higbee’s sincere, emotive writing and ability to facilitate different moods and themes are ever-present in this collection. Some of Higbee’s ballads such as “All I Should Have Told You” and “Hotel Lights” remind me of the Moody Blues and Elliot Smith. His vocal work on “Love Letter” (another gorgeous ballad) is beautiful and restrained - providing hanging notes over an extended range of pitches. Secret Life infuses folk, post rock, soul, waltz music, and pop weaved together with stunning dissonant harmonies and thought-provoking lyrics. My favorite track is the slow burner “The Waltz of Dead Love.” Well done, Mr. Higbee, I applaud you."

 



POSTED BY MIKE AT 05:16 PM