Jason Charles Miller Is Feeling A Little “Uncountry” Today
Jason Charles Miller is out to prove that Los Angeles can be just as country as Nashville in his debut solo album, “Uncountry,” out today. The album was written and recorded in both Los Angeles and frequent trips to Nashville to write for the Godhead frontman. He wrote or co-wrote every track on the 10-song record. The album features collaborations with Bart Almond (Brooks & Dunn), Kris Burgness (Tim McGraw), Jon Nite (Blake Shelton, Chris Young), and Chuck Goff (Toby Keith). Special guests lending their talents on the record also include “Cowboy” Eddie Long (Jamey Johnson, Hank Williams Jr.), Jim “Moose” Brown (Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton), and Adam Shoenfeld (Big & Rich, Jason Aldean).
The first single from the record is the title track “Uncountry.” The music video stars Mythbusters’ Grant Imahara and actress Angie Savage.
Jason’s solo career was launched on the HBO series “True Blood” where he performed his single “You Get What You Pay For.” The track is currently in production for a future appearance on the Rockband video games.
Jason has landed opening spots for Eric Church, Toby Keith, Gary Allan and Justin Moore over the last year. He’ll be celebrating the release of his album this week at a CD release party in L.A.
The album is available everywhere now in both digital and physical formats.
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