“We are all on the verge of something,Someday, something’s gotta go right … you gotta just stick with it, keep going, and you will get there.”
- Tamara Miller
Tamara Miller - Austin, TX
Tamara Miller is an Austin based Pop Singer-Songwriter-Pianist and Composer. She has Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Music from York University in Toronto,
In addition to writing Singer-Songwriter material, Tamara also works as a TV/Film Composer. She has won numerous songwriting awards and was recently asked to compose an original piece of music for a Singaporean Short Film "Emily." Most recently, Tamara composed & produced music that was featured during Major League Baseball 2015 METS VS BREWERS GAME & 2016 LA ANGELS GAME on Fox Sports!
Now If you leave singer-songwriter Tamara Miller alone in a hotel lobby for 60 seconds and she might just write you a song! On her debut CD (appropriately named 60 Seconds), the Toronto born independent musician told tales in short bursts of imagery; for her follow up EP – Changing Lanes – the award-winning piano-pop artist lets her songs guide her journey in a different direction.
“I believe ‘60 Seconds’ is a journey all of us at some point in our lives have taken,” Miller comments.
The seven songs on Changing Lanes – recorded in Toronto – are about a more personal journey. “It’s about finding a new path, while staying true to who I am,” explains the songwriter, who started playing piano at age six. “It’s discovering what’s best for me and moving forward.”
Miller’s muse comes in many forms—“anywhere and anytime” — from photos in a coffee table book, which transport her back to a time when she taught music in Italy, to watching a film, the news, or a concert. “It’s like seeing an old diary you haven’t picked up in a long time,” she explains. “All these things inspire me to think; then, I simply need to write. I love exploring. The curiosity in that inspiration makes me want to play music and express what I’m feeling. What Miller expresses on her latest record and where the music takes the listener is to a world filled with hope, even when all hope appears lost.