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Pete Miller Finds Solace In Himself In New Tune “I Wrote Hannah A Letter."

Energetic, dynamic and charming – Pete Miller is the epitome of all things that make indie folk music great. He has been quickly rising through the ranks with his heartfelt and rich, lyrical tunes.

Pete’s brand of music is raw, unpolished and unfiltered. Channeling the spirits of the late Johnny Cash and Townsend Van Zandt, Miller delivers his homespun poetic lyrics over his jangling acoustic guitar picking, painting a vivid portrait of simpler times, imperfect productions, and true rock ‘n’ roll energy. There’s nothing fancy about Pete Miller’s style, but he’s as authentic as they come…what you see is truly what you get.

His latest single “I Wrote Hannah A Letter," proves that care and creativity can go along way in a genre that themes can often get boring. The song was inspired by Miller's own experience of expressing his feelings through writing letters, and it is a touching tribute to all those who are separated by distance, be it physical or emotional. The carefully crafted track that captures the essence of longing, heartache, and finally, acceptance.

While following his music dream, Pete works at the blue collar jobs he sings about in his “everyman songs,” working in warehouses, lumber yards, and construction, while studying mechanics part-time. He says, “I am 29 years of age, but my knees feel much older.” Practicing what he preaches Pete Miller blends his blue collar edge and creative storytelling to create his own brand.


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