Jeff Miller

Jeff Miller


Raised in a small town in Southern Maryland, Jeff found his purpose in life, country music. At the Age of 27 Jeff has grabbed country music fans by the heart. His self written lyrics and imagery makes you feel as if you were part of the song itself.


Jeff picked up his first guitar at the age of 10 not knowing that the instrument he was holding would mold the rest of his future. Singing in the church choir and local talent shows he began to create a unique style. Eventually he became more serious through the years perfecting his guitar technique and vocal performance by playing local clubs and honky tonks. Soon Jeff realized he had a connection with the audience, staying in touch with their emotions, he began to write. With his country sound and southern rock style his songs have touched, comforted and influenced many fans from different walks of life. Singing about love, hurt, and happiness, his lyrics cut straight to the core of human passion. Through Jeff’s career he has performed before some of Nashville’s finest, including Martina McBride, Jack Ingram, Bryan White, and Hall of Fame inductee Tom T Hall. Performing in venues ranging from small local owned coffee shops, to amphitheatres, Jeff has been able to create closeness between him and the fans. In 2008 Jeff signed his first recording contract with Colt Records in Nashville Tennessee, Releasing his first single “Meant To Be” to country radio. The single is currently on The Music Row Charts. Jeff also has filmed his first music video which is set to air on GAC and CMT late fall. His much anticipated album “Time Ticks By” will be available fall of 2008.


Time Ticks By 2008 Colt Records

Set List

Set Lits include Originals and Cover Tunes
Covers Include Tunes By:

Lynard Skynard
Allman Brothers
Uncle Kracker
Barenaked Ladies
Keith Urban
Brad Paisley
John Mayer
Dave Matthews Band
Tim McGraw
Brooks & Dunn
Kenny Chesney
Rascal Flatts
George Strait
Gary Allen
Tom Petty
Pearl Jam
Matchbox 20
Toby Keith
Trace Adkins
Little Big Town
Garth Brooks
The Black Crows