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Alex Miller


Rising Country star Alex Miller isn’t pondering life after college graduation or a future foray into the work force. Instead, the 6’ 6” singer/songwriter from rural Lancaster, Kentucky is celebrating “Alex 2.0” and the success of his EP, COUNTRY. The phrase reflects the impact and growth of Alex’s ever-expanding life experiences and musical exploration. Miller has lived at warp speed. Touring steadily on ever-larger stages and at prestigious venues and opening for high-profile acts has been a major part of that growth. Responsibilities to his band and fans, working with a well-known producer, crafting songs with hit writers, and exposure to alternate genres and new artists have all played a part in the process. “I’m working to better myself and my music,” Alex says. “I’m not walking away from the core of me or the type of music I want to make. That will always be Country … ain’t nothin’ gonna change about that.” Following his departure from American Idol, Season 19 in 2021, Alex immediately secured management, signed with Nashville-based Billy Jam Records, and released his well-received debut album, MILLER TIME, shortly thereafter. The disc generated three high-impact singles: “I’m Over You, So Get Over Me,” “Don’t Let The Barn Door Hit Ya,” and “Through With You.” Alex also began touring heavily, and before the bells rang in 2022, he had entertained at multiple State Fairs (Kentucky, Missouri, New York, Washington, Wisconsin), and opened for Hank, Jr, Josh Turner, Lee Brice, and Shenandoah. Miller would go on to open for Brooks & Dunn, Jamey Johnson, Generation Radio, King Calaway, and Aaron Watson in 2022. By the end of the 2023 Fair season Alex will have also shared the stage with: Drake Milligan, Noah Thompson, Dillon Carmichael, Chris Janson, HunterGirl, Emily Ann Roberts and Tracy Byrd. Miller has performed at State Fairs in Kentucky, Missouri, New York, Oklahoma, and West Virginia, plus County Fairs in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. His recent hits, “When God Made The South,”“Girl, I Know A Guy,” and "Puttin' Up Hay," are included on the COUNTRY EP. Look for new music from Alex this Spring.



New EP: My Daddy's Dad (rls date April 12, 2024)
Previous EP: Country (rls date Oct 6, 2023)
Album: Miller Time (rls date April 29, 2022)

My Daddy's Dad EP Cover



Alex Miller (profile on steps) by Stephen Johnson

Alex Miller (guitar over shoulder) by Stephen Johnson

Alex Miller (on steps with guitar) by Stephen Johnson

Alex PR shot (Cadillac) by Straight South Imagery

Alex Miller on stage Renfro Valley shot #5

Alex Miller on stage at Renfro Valley shot #8

Alex Miller on stage KY State Fair #4005 by Ryan Pike

Alex Miller Performance Shot (WSF blue square) by Brandi Hall

Alex Miller Stage shot-square crop (Terre Haute, 2022) by Brandi Hall



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