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Julie Miller

About Julie Miller

This little Country Rock diva has one of the most extraordinary voices in the Americana music spectrum. Her high and sultry vocal tones are gritty at times and smooth during the more quiet parts. Her quirky songs are tastefully produced, and manicured for her rootsy musical aura. The band she plays with sounds better than most No Depression wannabes in that they don't paint themselves in a corner stylistically. While most roots rock bands lean on the pedal steel and fiddle, these guys don't have to incorporate an obvious twang thang to get their wind-swept, road-trip vibe across.

Listen toJulie Milleron Rhapsody

This little Country Rock diva has one of the most extraordinary voices in the Americana music spectrum. Her high and sultry vocal tones are gritty at times and smooth during the more quiet parts. Her quirky songs are tastefully produced, and manicured for her rootsy musical aura. The band she plays with sounds better than most No Depression wannabes in that they don't paint themselves in a corner stylistically. While most roots rock bands lean on the pedal steel and fiddle, these guys don't have to incorporate an obvious twang thang to get their wind-swept, road-trip vibe across.

About Julie Miller

This little Country Rock diva has one of the most extraordinary voices in the Americana music spectrum. Her high and sultry vocal tones are gritty at times and smooth during the more quiet parts. Her quirky songs are tastefully produced, and manicured for her rootsy musical aura. The band she plays with sounds better than most No Depression wannabes in that they don't paint themselves in a corner stylistically. While most roots rock bands lean on the pedal steel and fiddle, these guys don't have to incorporate an obvious twang thang to get their wind-swept, road-trip vibe across.

About Julie Miller

This little Country Rock diva has one of the most extraordinary voices in the Americana music spectrum. Her high and sultry vocal tones are gritty at times and smooth during the more quiet parts. Her quirky songs are tastefully produced, and manicured for her rootsy musical aura. The band she plays with sounds better than most No Depression wannabes in that they don't paint themselves in a corner stylistically. While most roots rock bands lean on the pedal steel and fiddle, these guys don't have to incorporate an obvious twang thang to get their wind-swept, road-trip vibe across.