Biography

Jeff Miller originally was in a band in high school with two other friends from his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. Since then, he has released 3 solo albums and an EP and has moved to Nashville, Tennessee. He often tours the east coast and the midwest, playing more than 150 shows a year.

His most recent regular album, Seesaw, was co-produced by Matt Mangano, who also played bass on this album. Nick Buda played drums and percussion on this album.

His most recen album, however, is live. This album features several new songs as well as several covers. It was recorded on December 27, 2008 at the Church Recording Studio in his hometown of Pittsburgh. The title of this album, Can You Hear The Music, is one of the songs he hasn’t released before.

Miller still hasn’t found a regular band yet, although both he and his fans are content with his current state. At his shows, he uses a pedal to record and loop both guitar and vocals, creating more layers of music than many other soloists do. Using his voice, guitar, hands, and feet, he is able to act as each member of a regular band by singing, playing guitar and bass, and even drumming. He has been referred to as his own band and a master of the loop/sampling pedal.

Jeff Miller has appeared on TV shows such as Fox in the Morning and America’s Got Talent. He is slowly gaining notoriety across the United States and has a constantly growing fanbase.

Edited by cheesedanish721 on 7 Jun 2009, 03:52

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