Welcome Shaela Miller & Her New Wave of Country Music to Midnight's Roster

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As one of the Canadian prairie underground’s most respected independent artists, southern Alberta singer/songwriter Shaela Miller brings an alternative twist to her country style and rhythm. Being described as dance hall honky- tonk, Miller's music shows a record-cutting maturity, adding just the right elements to build a distinct Tennessee Noir to her sound.

Seen as an ambassador to a new wave within country music, Miller weaves the sounds of vintage country hits of yesteryear while leaning on classic country tones that recall the work of Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, and Dolly Parton. She authentically pays homage to those original pioneers while having fun in the process.

Highlights of Miller's career include song placement on HBO’s hit show ‘True Blood’, winning the South Country Fair songwriting competition, and being named Alberta’s #1 rising country music star by the Project WILD contest winning $100,953 CND.

Miller's sonic inspiration is rooted in the 1970's golden era of songwriting, Miller's production focuses on colourful percussive detail, lush instrumental portraits & locked in rhythm section while never losing focus on the strong songwriting and inimitable vocal styles she has become known for. Her 2021 album, Big Hair Small City touches on relatable themes of life and shows an incremental instrumental expansion within her art.

With over a decade of performing with her lively brand of country music across Alberta, Shaela Miller is undoubtedly one of the most exciting new artists to make way in Canadian country music.


Miller adds her own aesthetic elements to everything she does all the while staying firmly planted in a sound that generations before her grew up hearing on AM radio. 

Midnight is thrilled to welcome Shaela Miller to the roster, bringing her talents to new stages across this country and beyond.


Grant Paley
Responsible Agent (Canada)

For more on Shaela Miller visit: shaelamiller.com

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