If you're a fan of the country, Americana, and bluegrass world, it's without a doubt you've already heard Miles Miller from his unwavering groove and feel to his seamless high lonesome harmonies. Recording and touring globally with artists like Sturgill Simpson, Tyler Childers, and Town Mountain, he made a name for himself as the sole drummer for the country/Americana surge of the last decade.
Since he was a child growing up in central Kentucky, it was evident from an early age Miles was destined for a place in this space. In 2009, his talents started to be nationally recognized when acclaimed producer Dave Cobb discovered Miles playing drum covers on YouTube at the age of 16. Fast forward three years later, Cobb introduces Miller to Sturgill Simpson. The rest is history.
While drumming and singing put him on the map, playing guitar is Miles' first love. The pandemic provided time to bring years of song ideas to life. Honing in his songwriting while slowly crafting his voice and vision, it became evident that the time had come to step away from the drum kit and create a career of his own namesake.
In January of 2022, he recorded his debut solo album set to release next year.