WD Miller

W.D. MILLER is the country soundtrack to the deep South’s oldest roots. W.D. hones in on earnest storytelling and songcraft, keeping in the tradition of country and folk songwriters. Channeling equal parts John Prine and Merle Haggard with a dash of Tom Waits, his honky-tonk country hymns and southern-fried jigs keep boots stomping and toes tapping, whether touring through Germany or taking a full ensemble band on the highways and byways of America’s back roads. W.D.’s solemn guitar chords and gravelly intonations sing to the vagabond, disaffected spirits of country music’s past, while carving a new voice from traditions of rock n’ roll, blues and folk. W.D. MILLER has become a recurring performer at the Muddy Roots Festival, Southbound and Down, and Heavy Rebel Weekender, as well as regional tours throughout the southeast, proving this is a voice that speaks to the true heart of country and folk music. When W.D. MILLER isn't on the road belting his chronicles, you can find him wailing on lead guitar with Josh Card or Joey Allcorn. W.D.'s debut album "Burnt Bridges and Broken Hearts", was released in July 2018.





"With the sort of throwback honky-tonk that recalls classic giants, W.D. Miller mixes twangy guitars, a smokey baritone and a heavy-handed rhythm section on Burnt Bridges & Broken Hearts. Half empty bottles, old flames, lost time and shaky decisions circle around the record. “Rot Gut Lies” is a clever story song about how the narrator is going to pay for a reckless night on the town, “El Camino” plays like a breezy, but melancholy Chris Stapleton track, while “Life’s Blood” has a Tom Waits-ian dark march to it. There’s definite nods to the genre’s past, but it also effectively wanders into its own territory." - Leo Weekly

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