Debbie Miller, Julia Massey, Gabriel Wolfchild

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Please join us for a live album recording with Debbie Miller, Julia Massey, and Gabriel Wolfchild, live at Empty Sea!

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“Watching her perform live, Miller has an uncanny ability to keep an audience smiling the entire night – A direct reflection of her humbled stage presence and endearing personality. She’s about as real as they get when it comes to musicians in Seattle.“ – City Arts Magazine

Seattle-based singer/songwriter Debbie Miller will tug at your heart, cause you giggle, and make you think twice about crossing her – Sometimes all during the same song. Blending humor with heart-wrenching honesty, Miller’s refreshing brand of unique lyrics and playful melodies capture and delight audiences from east to west. Her music has garnered media attention from local and national press including City Arts Magazine, AOL Music, Seattle Weekly, SSG Music, PureVolume, CDBaby, and more.

Miller, a New York native and classically trained pianist who studied under a Julliard alumna for ten years, began her career in the Brooklyn and East Village music scenes in 2008. With song topics ranging from love to bathroom graffiti, Miller’s music oscillates flawlessly between folk-ish tunes on guitar and pounding numbers on the piano.

After moving cross-country to Seattle in 2010, Miller immersed herself in the legendary music scene and has been quickly embraced by West Coast audiences.  With quirky lyrics that teeter between honesty, seriousness and silliness, Miller has developed a reputation for her unique live shows, which are often highlighted by her propensity for error. “I always mess up somehow in a live show. Whether I forget the words, screw up the music, or fall off the stage — true story.” These “Debbie Do-overs” have become fan favorites. “I think it’s because people respond to authenticity and honesty in art and performance,” she said.  As a result, Miller plans to record a live album at Empty Sea Studios to capture the experience of her performance.

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