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Mark Adam Miller
Blurring boundaries of Country, Roots, Rock & Soul
The Artists we embrace are the originals. Mark Adam Miller is that. Born and bred in the swamps of Louisiana, Mark is the Country Rockin’ Cajun through and through. Mark honors the swagger and truth of country music in every step of his boot stompin', authentic songwriting and big bold live shows. Mark’s unique brand of music blurs the musical borders of country, rock, americana, and soul.
“a highly creative singer/songwriter, Mark has the same sort of charisma that made Garth Brooks an international superstar, and writes music that will sit as well with fans of modern country as it will with Country fans of an earlier age.”
Wildy’s World national reviews
”This guy has accomplished what most cannot. He has managed to independently record and release music that is as good or better than stuff released by big professional record companies. ...[songs] the listener relates to on the first spin. ...excellent vocals and arrangements that are a perfect fit.”
babysue.com national reviews
Mark’s new record, “Ain’t Life Good” debuted on the Roots Music Charts at #16, and within 2 weeks , it has rocketed to the #5 spot for Pop Country airplay. With a European release imminent, the chart reports should be…ha…off the charts!
5 songs from his debut solo record “Ain’t Life Good” went into the Top 2 in the nation in the span of 6 weeks, with two of Mark’s songs reaching that golden #1 spot in the “Next GAC Star” competition, sponsored by the GAC TV network.
Mark Adam Miller played the 2010 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival and Bayou Country Superfest in spring of 2010, sharing the stage with artists like Keith Urban, Taylor Swift, Brooks & Dunn, and Kenny Chesney. Mark's former band Deadeye Dick has been responsible for selling well over 2 million records internationally, earning the cover of Billboard Magazine, PollStar and over 100 other national and regional magazine cover.