Bradley Miller is a country singer on a mission, an honest-to-goodness Country-with-a-capital-C singer and this is obvious when he opens his mouth to sing. He has a rich South Carolina baritone and indeed he is a Union, S.C., native who moved frequently as a child because of his fathers job as a mill worker and has also lived in Mississippi, Virginia and North Carolina.
Music always came naturally to him, and he was singing in church at an early age. At 17, while living in Greenville, Miss., he took guitar lessons from a young Steve Azar, well before Azar became known for hits such as I Dont Have To Be Me (Til Monday).
Bradley started singing in clubs at age 21, and developed a good stage presence and was advised to move to Music City. In 1999, he did so, chasing his dream there for two years before finances forced him to
leave. "I never thought I would see Nashville again," he says now. "I gave up on being a singer. But the Lord intervened."
On Dec. 2, 2003, Bradley Miller accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior. The experience changed his lifestyle. It also revealed to him his divine calling which was to use his God-given skills as a singer,
songwriter and communicator to reach other people. Nowadays, he chooses to do primarily positive songs both secular and Christian. "I don't want any drinking songs or divorce songs," says Bradley. He was influenced by traditional country artists such as George Strait, Clint Black and Clay Walker. Bradleys long-range goals include becoming an Apostle in the ministry and owning a record company. I would like to have longevity in the music business, he says.
Bradley Miller has finally found his song, and it is a southern gospel hit called The Oar, written by the music world's Peggy Mercer who owns a BMI publishing company as well. The Oar has been on the Cashbox charts and other charts and goes back up on Cashbox on March 1. Bradley has been featured recently on the front page of the elite Nashville Music Guide out of Nashville, Tennessee. Radio station are loving this gospel song, enjoying Bradley Miller's fine voice and asking for more. "I want to be remembered as a singer who loved and served God!" says Miller...And we believe he will also become well known as a gifted singer with the country sound. --Press release from Mercer Music Group. Photo by Jim Smith, Tallahassee, Florida. Assistance for the article by Chazz Clooney at Blackfox Productions. Mastering of The Oar by Allen Field, Mountain Music Recording Studio, Franklin, North Carolina
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