Jen Miller is a Nashville-based independent music producer and artist born & raised in Columbus, Ohio.
A self proclaimed “weird kid”, Miller built her growing fanbase independently and organically online and on the road since 2010. Influenced by artists like Lauryn Hill, Amy Winehouse, Prince, and Dave Matthews Band, Jen’s sound is hard to pin down, but steadfast in soul and quirky wordplay. Miller released a single per year in 2017 after self releasing two crowdfunded projects, “Forget the Dirty Hearts” (2012) and an album “Overgrown” (2014), both of which charted top ten in the United States pop charts. Jen Miller has shared the stage with acts such as Twenty One Pilots, Ed Sheeran, Passenger, Young the Giant, and Shovels & Rope, and her music has been featured in the Washington Post, NPR, Women’s Health, and Modern Luxury. A staunch human rights and feminist political activist, Miller spent years in DC and is responsible for launching Girl Gang Music — an online community and network of women and gender non-conforming folk within the music industry. To learn more about Jen, visit: www.jenmillermusic.com