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There are at least three artists named Miri:
1. A singer/songwriter from England
2. A rock band from New Zealand
3. A post-rock band from Iceland

1. MIRI from London, England, recently signed to digital acoustic label Reel Me Records.

Miri started pursuing music aged 16, before going on to produce beats and sound arrangements for MCs and other vocalists. Now an experienced songwriter and singer has been making her way up in today’s music industry for over a decade, not only producing her own music, but co-writing, performing with and supporting many other well-known music artists.  

Her songs are a mixture of alternative pop, soul and indie music with husky and unique vocals and has been compared to those of Feist and Macy Gray.  

Her debut album ‘Canvas’ was produced by Beverly Knight’s bass player, Paul Bruce and Monty Joseph from Qton Productions. Two of the tracks were co-written with Cocknbullkid. Before and during producing ‘Canvas,’ Miri’s voice has taken her to perform at a variety of venues including The Jazz Café in London, Dingwalls, The Bull & Gate, Water Rats, Madam Jo Jo’s, Candy Bar, and a township in South Africa.  Miri also supported Dee C Lee & The Deep MO, whose members have performed with George Michael, Eurythmics, Paul Weller, B.B King, and Stevie Wonder. Miri has also performed with renowned drummer Andy Gangadeen, bass player Nick Coen, indie-pop band The Precious Mings, and jazz guitarist Tony Remy.

2. The second is Miri from New Zealand/Scotland, who can be found under her album ‘The Briney Deep’, and Miri + the Whiskers.

3. Thirdly, an instrumental band from East Iceland.


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  • probspot

    I will never forget when my car was broken neer the husavik and in my cd player I was listening to the Sumarið 2009... Time is going by so quickly...

    9 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Bury_u_n_Time

    Where can I obtain their music?

    24 Jun 2010 Reply
  • hildurm

    vei, miri :)

    15 Sep 2008 Reply

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