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Shelley Miller

Shelley Miller

Shelley Miller


Shelley Miller is an indie-folk/Americana artist from Chicago. A versatile guitarist and intensely emotional performer, Shelley has performed at venues and festivals around the country including: The National Women's Music Festival, The Old Town School of Folk Music, the Rockrgrl Festival, the Chicago Folk and Roots Festival, and the Chicago stop on the 2010 Country Throwdown Tour. Her music has drawn comparisons to Ryan Adams, Lucinda Williams, Neko Case, and Gillian Welch. Read more on Last.fm
Shelley Miller is an indie-folk/Americana artist from Chicago. A versatile guitarist and intensely emotional performer, Shelley has performed at venues and festivals around the country including: The National Women's Music Festival, The Old Town School of Folk Music, the Rockrgrl Festival, the Chicago Folk and Roots Festival, and the Chicago stop on the 2010 Country Throwdown Tour. Her music has drawn comparisons to Ryan Adams, Lucinda Williams, Neko Case, and Gillian Welch. Shelley released her third album, "When It's All Gone, You Come Back" in March 2010. Co-produced by Miller and John Abbey, and featuring support appearances by members of Dolly Varden, Brighton, MA, The Micah Walk Band and Moxie Motive, "When It's All Gone..." showcases Miller's strong voice and deepening maturity as a songwriter.

Hailed by the AltCountryForum blog as "an absolute must", "When It's All Gone..." has received airplay on radio stations, podcasts and web stations around the world. Miller's song "I Don't Mind" won the 2010 Blooming-Tunes Songwriting Contest. Two of her songs were finalists in the 2010 Indiegrrl Songwriting Contest, Miller has also won awards in Mid-Atlantic Songwriting Contest, Song of the Year Contest, A Call to Arts Song and Music Contest and the Just Plain Folks Songwriting Contest. In addition to her three CDs, she has appeared on the acclaimed Bloodshot Records 2007 release 'Songbook: Volumes 2 and 3', and on compilations released by Waterbug Records and SBS Records. In addition to her solo work, Shelley has lent her voice and guitar skills to numerous other artists, both live and in the studio. She teaches guitar and songwriting at the Old Town School of Folk Music.

When not playing music, Shelley can often be found careening her bicycle through the streets of Chicago...singing. What Critics Are Saying: "Shelley Miller is a songwriter’s songwriter; the sort that other artists will pick through her catalog over time for songs to cover. While this is true, it’s hard to imagine most artists interpreting Miller’s songs with the same mix of comedy, tragedy and warm-hearted grit that she manages on When It’s All Gone, You Come Back. Miller inhabits her songs like a second skin..." - Wildy's World, March 2010 "When It’s All Gone, You Come Back is a must have CD. This is songwriting and performance at the highest level.

I think that Shelley Miller’s When It’s All Gone, You Come Back will be one my top picks for the year 2010." - Don Sechelski, The Muse's Muse "Extremely well played acoustic folk with wonderful shimmering melodies...this woman's got enormous talent..." - Common Folk Meadow, March 2010 "Listening to her is like pulling up a pair of very, very soft faded jeans over bare skin." - Les Reynolds, indie-music.com "Her voice is so important to her sound it's akin to a Stradivarius violin – rare and difficult to duplicate. You likely won't find this brand of breaking, heartfelt folk on American Idol, but if there was “Americana Idol” we'd be texting her in." - Hannah Frank, Chicago 6 Corners, March 2010 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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