Eurovision 2019′ Kate Miller Heidke Wiki-bio: Married Life, Husband, Children, Songs, Albums, Parents, & Facts!

Her song depicts rejection, bullying, agony and sexual harassment. On top of that, she is in awe of storytelling composition with a strong head vocal. And Kate Miller Heidke, an Australian singer-songwriter has it all. Hence, Sony Australia, Epic and RCA booked her as a musical artist on the record labels. Now, she is an independent artist, representing Australia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Kate Miller Heidke wiki prays for her success in Eurovision Song Contest 2019. Let’s spill the beans on Kate Miller Heidke married life, husband, children, age, height, ethnicity, and journey of Eurovision 2019.

Kate Miller Heidke husband is a musician too

Most of her songs are a creation of husband, Keir Nuttall. For instance:  Kate’s single “Space They Cannot Touch”, ARIA-nominated 2007 single “Words” and other tracks on Little Eve. Kate Miller Heidke husband performs and records on the Brisbane Band. Also, the spouse coordinated on the musical Muriel’s Wedding.

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Caption: Kate Miller Heidke with husband and son

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After all, the duo is fortunate enough to hold the $US25, 000 Grand Prize in the 2008 International Songwriting Competition together. What’s more, is Eurovision 2019 song, Zero Gravity is the co-work of Kate Miller Heidke and Keir Nuttall.

In 2016, the couple welcomed their first son, Ernie Edward Miller Nuttall. The first motherhood confined her emotion of “a fog mentally, physically. It was like moving through this kind of darkness”. In the beginning, she thought that her son could be better with the mother who would instantly know his feelings. On the heed of time, the bond of mother and son glued together.

Kate Miller Heidke in Eurovision Song Contest 2019

Her song, zero gravity is the reflection of healing amidst the early motherhood. In February 2019, she won among the ten contestants to represent Australia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. She is set to sing in Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv Israel with a worldwide audience of 200 million.


“When I get on stage and sing one of these songs for the first time, or even the 10th, 11th time, sometimes it can get quite hard. You’re reliving it all in your mind. But then after a certain point, the song stops feeling like it’s mine. It feels though there’s this new sort of communal ownership of the song and sentiment behind it. It’s a beautiful process of sharing. It’s like a burden lifted in a way.”

Kate Miller Heidke Songs, Albums and Career

Before solo, she played in Brisbane bands like ‘Elsewhere’, which dropped self-titled EP in 2003. She was renowned in Brisbane due to her performance with Pearly Black, Margret RoadKnight, Jenny Morris and Divinyls. Then, Kate performed on TV segments such as The Sideshow, Q&A, Rove, Sunrise, The Morning Show, Good News Week, and the ARIA Music Awards.

Kate second album, Curiouser’s songs peaked on the ARIA Singles Chart. Also, the album earned the eight spot and peaking at number 2 on the ARIA Top 50 Albums chart. The music critic Sasha Frere-Jones praised the Curioiser as one of the gems in the music industry. Similarly, her third album, Nightlife reached the top spot on the iTunes albums chart and #2 on the ARIA album chart.

Kate Miller Heidke wiki-bio

Born on 16th November 1981, in Australian, Kate Miller Heidke age is 37 years old.  Kate Miller Heidke parents are Greg Heidke and Jenny Miller. She is a graduate student of St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School. Kate Miller Heidke belongs to Australian nationality and white ethnicity.

She holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Classical Voice from Griffith University. Also, Kate has a Master of Music degree at the Queensland University of Technology.

She is a trained classical singer. And, Kate owns honors of Elizabeth Muir Prize, the Donald Penman Prize, the Linda Edith Allen Memorial Prize and the Horace Keats Prize.