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“Soft, sweet and seductive”
Move over Nashville, there is more than just mainstream country in your midst. Step aside and make way for Hannah Miller, as she brings a genuine adaptation of true blues styles with a hint of gospel to the table.
O Black River, the latest release from this Nashville songstress, delivers a nice package with style that seems to come easily, displaying Miller’s elegance and musicianship. Impeccably produced, the length and mix of tacks are perfect – the way it should be – from songs like “Foolish Pride,” a subtle and sweet lullaby, to “To the Swift,” a sexy, seductive blues swing.
Miller’s vocals are genuine and deliver emotion, taking you by the hand and guiding you through the entire recording. “Refuge,” a somber song, is woven together with other tracks, putting your mood in a quiet, melancholy state. Rootsy and gritty guitars nicely complement Miller’s airy, breathy, deep and sultry vocals.
O Black River should be added to the top of your list. For a modern and sweet taste of a “true blue” collection, no doubt Hannah Miller’s renditions and sweet, subtle style are brought to light (and hopefully soon) to your ears. (Self-released)
Produced by Neilson Hubbard
Recorded at Mr. Lemons Studio in Nashville
Mastered by Alex McCollough at Yes Master