DJ Miller did not just put on a standard industry showcase for the Music Row executives and media members in attendance at his performance on Wednesday April 27th at tht Rutledge, he entertained. The talented 21 year old not only has an great voice and ability to sing, but he has put great effort into studying the stage performance persona of hitmakers of today such as Brad Paisley as well as Garth Brooks. He connects with his audience both on stage and off, and it is not uncommon for this young man to jump into the crowd to sing and dance with his fans.
“You can’t be the only one having fun,” Miller explains. “You have to interact with the crowd. You want them to be wondering what’s gonna happen next. If you just stand there and sing your songs and play your music, you might sound really good, but if you don’t give your fans a real show, then they may not have a reason to come back and see you again.”
Miller debut album will be out in May on Evergreen records and the young artist gave those in attendance a taste of the music while singing songs he has written with hit songwriters Don Goodman (Blake Shelton, Faith Hill, Brooks & Dunn) and Charlie Black (Alan Jackson, Reba & Phil Vassar). His current single, entitled “Whatever It Takes” is a traditional styled country ballad which was written with Goodman along with Trini Triggs and Brad Wolf and is currently in the top 40 on both Billboard and Music Row charts.
Keep your eye on this young man, call your local radio stations and request his music and if you get a chance to see his live performance you will not be disappointed.
For more information on DJ Miller visit http://www.djmillercountry.com/
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