Hannah Miller

When writing out a list of singer songwriters that have led the modern Folk / Americana rebirth, it doesn’t take long to get to Hannah Miller’s name. Alabama-born and Nashville-based, her voice is immediately recognizable and described as “instantly captivating” by Performing Songwriter.

For the last 7 years, Hannah has been blending Blues, Folk, and a touch of Gospel to create a somber and soulful sound that is uniquely her’s. Across five releases, all fan-funded, her reputation has grown within the Americana community of being a singer and a songwriter that demands our attention. Popular Americana blog, The Bluegrass Situation, describes her evolution this way…

“Dare we say Miller, a onetime girl-with-guitar troubadour, has found the courage to channel Dusty Springfield into a sound for the next generation of American music enthusiasts.”

On March 6th, 2018, Hannah takes the next step in her evolution with the release of her full length LP, Midnight Morning, on Nashville boutique record label, Sorted Noise Records. The 10-song project, when listened from top to bottom, takes you on a journey from hardship to hope. Midnight to morning. Hannah describes the journey this way…

“Life is full of extremes. There are songs on this record about the moments of despair. But, there are also songs about the glimpses of hope. Like the morning, those little whispers that let us know things are going to get brighter eventually.”

There’s no shortage of highlights on this record. 8 of the 10 songs are produced by Charlie Lowell, of Grammy award-winning band, Jars of Clay. Matthew Perryman Jones, an amazing artist is in his own right and longtime friend of Hannah, makes an appearance singing vocals on “When You’re Gone.” And listeners will find a new album version of “We Can Always Come Back To This,” a song that gained popularity when it originally appeared in the hit NBC show, This Is Us.

From an artistry standpoint, this record is a culmination of these last 7 years for Hannah. In many ways the journey of finding who you are as an artist mimics life. There are ups, and there are downs. Moments of darkness. And glimmers of hope. This record represents that journey, and it’s one Hannah hopes the listener relates to, feels, and experiences…

“I think I’ve come to grips with myself, with what kind of songwriter I am. I used to think I was literary, but I’m not. I write emotions and music that brings up feelings. I just want you to feel something when you hear these songs, have a little moment with your emotions, and I’ll be happy.”

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