Hannah Miller writes dark and soothing music that in the words of one perceptive listener “gives you half a feeling of happiness and half of loneliness”. Her dark, ambient style has been heard on shows such as This Is Us (seasons one and two), Sons of Anarchy, The Following and Pretty Little Liars as well as in several indie films (Little Women, Trash Fire, June Adrift, The Staying Kind, Other Versions of You) and in national advertising campaigns for companies like Pitney Bowes and DSW. She recently finished a couple of tours as support for the folk duo The Secret Sisters and released her 3rd full length record March 6, 2018 on boutique label Sorted Noise. She currently continues to write and release music regularly.

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  • Featured in Pitney Bowes’ national ad campaign, singing Woody Guthrie’s “Worried Man Blues”
  • “Postcards from Pripyat” viral video featuring “Promise Land” currently has over 19 million total views across Vimeo and YouTube
  • TV/Film placements include: This is UsThe FollowingPretty Little LiarsSons of AnarchyMercyTrash Fire (indie film), JuneAdrift (indie film), Other Versions of You (indie film)
  • Hannah’s acoustic version of “We Can Always Come Back to This”, featured on the hit NBC show This is Us, charted at #29 on Billboard’s Hot Rock Songs
  • Fan-funded every record release since 2007 — Into the Black; Journey to the Moon; O Black River; Doubters and Dreamers; Hannah Miller (self-titled)

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Like Brandi Carlile and Rachael Yamagata, Southern songstress Hannah Miller is blessed with a modern old-timey sound. Instantly captivating…Miller makes every note count.

Performing Songwriter

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? This is a brave and adventurous record, sparsely appointed and eminently soulful — a cutting-edge expedition of folk and pop.

The Bluegrass Situation

Miller’s voice can best be described by the three “s”s: sexy, sultry, and soulful. It contains the beauty of an Emmylou Harris, but also the hint of danger and remorse that are exemplified by Jolie Holland or Feist.

Atlanta Music Guide

Alabama-raised, Nashville-based singer/songwriter Hannah Miller has quietly built a reputation and growing following for her thoughtful, lovingly rendered folk/pop that also taps into her roots of gospel and soulful Americana. Miller’s almost dispassionate vocal style, reminiscent at times of the languid cool of Cowboy Junkies’ Margot Timmons, communicates as simply and effectively as a knowing glance.

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