Singer-songwriter Hannah Miller grabbed my attention the other day.
See, I’m a sucker for a gal, a voice, and a guitar, and her song “At My Best” sure did the trick. I like simplicity in music; I like the cold truth. Give me something that is real any day over what has been manufactured, or “mashed up.” And when it’s done the right way – or maybe just the way I like it – I fall for it. Hard.
Take a few minutes and listen.
Luckily, there’s more. Miller released a fabulous four-song EP, Journey to the Moon, earlier this year, and if you liked what you heard above, I suggest giving it a try. It has some spunk to it – “Way About Ya” might even make you get up and shake it. Modestly, anyway.
What makes Hannah Miller tick? We asked her, and thankfully, she answered. Please enjoy our latest 10 to Spin.
I know it’s different for everybody, but when I listen to music, the first thing I notice is the voice…(excepting classical or instrumental, of course…) I cannot really separate the music from the singing, and if I fall in love with a song, nine times out of ten, I’m falling in love with a voice, because it moves me, because it has this undefinable quality that makes me want to hear it over again, because there is something mysterious and gut wrenching contained in it…So, I thought my theme for this playlist would be Voices; ten voices that wreck me, in the best possible way, and some of the songs that showcase those voices and allow them to be all they were meant to be…and in no particular order…enjoy!