Record Review: Hannah Miller

Hannah Miller
O Black River
Nashville, TN

“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.

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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

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