You may have seen acoustic Rock artist Angie Miller performing her original music at clubs, coffeehouses, festivals, and colleges throughout the mid-Atlantic region where she has carved out her reputation as a great performer and songwriter who knows "how to capture an audience," as washington post.com reviewer Maria Villafana says. Her debut CD, Ricochet, was released by Big Mo Records, featuring a cameo appearance by guitar legend Danny Gatton. Since then, she has produced two more independent releases and appeared on several compilation CDs. White Space is an all-acoustic recording that is organic and moving with sparse arrangements and introspective lyrics. Play is an exceptional live recording featuring a top-notch band that showcases Angie's great songwriting, smart lyrics, beautiful melodies and strong pop hooks. Her new single release, "Flying High", is the first track available from the new CD that is due out later this year.
Following in the footsteps of Americana songwriters such as Joni Mitchell and James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt, Angie mixes a smart pop style into modern folk rock tunes and introspective ballads that hook the listener into the story being told in each song. As Waazzup Magazine says, "Her music, which is both playful and thoughtful, mixes folk ballads and sultry standards, and alternative acoustic pop." Angie's music cuts straight to the heart and comfortably slides up next to your own experiences and memories like a good conversation.
Angie has appeared in concert with international artists such as Richie Havens, Nils Lofgren, Aimee Mann, Jerry Jeff Walker, David Wilcox and Marcia Ball. She has worked with GRAMMY winning producers such as John Alagia (John Mayer, Dave Matthews, Jason Mraz) and GRAMMY nominated engineer Bill Plummer (Cee-Cee Wynans.) Angie is sponsored by Taylor Guitars. For more information, visit www.angiemiller.com.