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Lyrics that will make you cry, a voice that will make you sing and guitar that will make you dance. Throw in a healthy dose of off the cuff wit and you've got a Chris Miller show. Over twenty years of guitar experience, including work toward a BS in Classical Guitar, make him a bit of an exception to the standard singer/songwriter model. He is equally comfortable as a vocalist and a lead guitar player.
 
Miller has honed his skills as a solo act through years slugging it out in the Iowa music scene, performing everywhere from casinos and sports bars to presidential political rallys, coffee houses and even the Iowa State Fair. He's been one of the busiest performers, averaging over one hundred and forty shows a year for several years now.
 
He has released five independent albums and racked up a huge cover song list that ranges from Stevie Ray Vaughan to Damien Rice and Ray LaMontagne. Miller jokingly quips, "I clearly have OCD but in this case it works to my benefit." His original songs are deeply, sometimes painfully honest. "I understand more but now want to feel less. Joy rules my head but my heart is a mess," from Falling Through Life, awarded Honorable Mention in Billboard World Song Contest 2009.
 
In the Spring of 2010 Chris sold nearly everything he had and moved into his RV to find adventure.  After nearly a year on the road he found his new home in San Antonio, TX and quickly established himself in the local music scene.
 
In June of 2012 Chris sold everything again and began a life performing solo for Carnival Cruise Lines. To date he has cruised on the Valor, Glory, Ecstasy, Spirit and his current contract is with the Sensation.
 
Home sweet home.

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If you are able to help in any way I greatly appreciate it. I am going to do everything in my power to begin touring and get out of the local bar scene but gas is very expensive and I'm not likely to make nearly as much money on the road at first.