Butterfly Boucher: All about pleasure

Butterfly BoucherBY JESS MCAVOY
Curve

It’s Sunday morning, and I’m hung over and a touch nervous. I’ve loved Butterfly Boucher since I first heard “I Can’t Make Me” in 1993, and though her record caught the attention of the likes of David Bowie and Madonna, the Australian-born, Nashville-based multi-instrumental singer-songwriter had dropped off my radar. You can imagine my delight when I discovered that she was producing the new Missy Higgins album, and that she had released a brilliant new record of her own.

How have you been? Where have you been?

I just came back from a few days of promo in N.Y.C., and before that about a month in Australia on tour with Missy Higgins. I was opening for her and playing in her band as well. Missy’s fans are really lovely and wonderfully rowdy! I felt pretty lucky to be able to play to her audience.

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