Jason Charles Miller Set to Release New Album, From The Wreckage - Part One, on Feb. 19
New Single “Better Late Than Never” To Drop on Nov. 20
(Nashville, Tenn. – Nov. 11, 2020) – Jason Charles Miller is set to release a new album, From the Wreckage – Part One, on Feb. 19, 2021. The first single from the album, “Better Late Than Never,” will be available on Nov. 20, 2020 via all streaming platforms. Straddling the line between rock and country, the new single and forthcoming album will be released through Miller’s own Haunted Mill Music record label, and puts his gritty, passion-filled style on full display. Ricky Medlocke of the infamous southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd described Miller as “a cutting edge, rock/country/blues artist of these times and a great vocalist, musician, and writer. In other words, don’t come a knockin’ if you’re not prepared for country rockin!”
Produced by Jason Charles Miller, Stewart Cararas and Matt Hyde, From the Wreckage – Part One is Miller’s fifth full-length and sixth studio release. The album features several collaborations, including Adam Shoenfeld (Tim McGraw) playing lead guitar and “Cowboy” Eddie Long (Jamey Johnson) playing pedal steel on “Better Late Than Never,” Duane Betts of the Allman Betts Band on “Expiration Day,” and Katie Cole from Smashing Pumpkins on “Day After Day” along with Eban Schletter (film composer) playing the theremin. Miller - widely remembered as the voice of the rock band Godhead - commented about the collaborations: “I have so many friends who happen to also be great musicians, and I love collaborating with them. I live in Los Angeles, so when friends from Nashville travel through on tour, I try and grab ‘em while I can and hit the record button - not to mention all the amazing musicians who live in Los Angeles. My long-time collaborator and friend Stewart Cararas was paramount in helping me complete both this album, and Part Two, another seven tracks that we are planning to release in summer 2021. And of course, I need to mention the great Matt Hyde - he produced my last full-length album, and we continue to work together when our schedules permit.” From the Wreckage – Part One Track List (Track Title • Songwriters) 1. “Expiration Day” (Written by: Jason Charles Miller, Stewart Cararas) Featuring Duane Betts from Allman Betts band on lead guitar. 2. “Better Late Than Never” (Written by: Jason Charles Miller, Jonathan Tyler) Featuring Adam Shoenfeld (Tim McGraw) on lead guitar and “Cowboy” Eddie Long (Jamey Johnson) on pedal steel. 3. “Day After Day” (Written by: Pete Ham) Badfinger cover, featuring Katie Cole (from Smashing Pumpkins) on vocals and Eban Schletter (film composer) on theremin. 4. “Losing My Way” (Written by: Jason Charles Miller) Serves as the theme song to the podcast “What’s Your Name Again?” hosted by Actor Kurt Caceras 5. “Reckless” (Written by: Jason Charles Miller, Stewart Cararas) Produced and mixed by Grammy award-winning producer Matt Hyde, with Kenny Aronoff on Drums 6. “You’re About To” (Written by: Jason Charles Miller, Blue Foley)
7. “Never Turning Back” - vocal version (Jason Charles Miller) “Never Turning Back” (Vocal Version) is a never before released version of the song of the same name from the soundtrack that Jason Charles Miller wrote last year for the streaming series “UnDeadwood.”
An accomplished performer with more than two decades of professional experience as a singer, songwriter, producer and voice actor, Jason Charles Miller has quietly established himself as a strong force in the Americana, Country and Southern Rock genres. Released in 2018 by Sony Music, In the Wasteland was Miller’s third full-length solo release. It featured numerous guest appearances, including Rickey Medlocke (Lynyrd Skynyrd), Charlie Starr (Blackberry Smoke), and Dug Pinnick (King’s X). The album expanded on Miller’s roots in Americana and country, dynamically exposing his blues-inspired and southern rock influences. As a solo artist, Jason Charles Miller has performed alongside and opened for country and rock artists including Billy Ray Cyrus, Alan Jackson, Eric Church, Toby Keith, Ashley McBryde, Allman Betts Band, .38 Special, Night Ranger, Gary Allan, Justin Moore, Big Kenny of Big and Rich, and Jerrod Niemann.
In 2019, Miller was lead vocalist on the Billboard chart-topping theme song for the ‘Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers’ video game. He has also contributed two songs to the critically acclaimed ‘Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance’ soundtrack and sang backup for Robert Smith of The Cure on the Reeves Gabrels/Robert Smith track “Yesterday’s Gone.”
Miller is the on-camera host of the Webby award-nominated show ‘Starter Kit’ on Geek & Sundry, teaching celebrities how to play tabletop role playing games. He also appears as a host and on-air personality on streaming channels including Dungeons & Dragons, Nerdist, HyperRPG, The Young Turks and College Humor. You can also see Miller on-screen in the SyFy original movie ‘Battle Planet,’ in ‘Chatroom of Solitude’ on Stan Lee’s World of Heroes network, playing himself in season 5 of ‘The Guild,’ and squabbling with Lewis Black and Andy Dick in various productions on Comedy Central.
As a voice actor, Miller has hundreds of animated and video game credits, and has even narrated a film for NASA. As the frontman and founder of the rock band Godhead, he was the only artist ever signed to Marilyn Manson’s Posthuman Records and sold more than 250,000 albums touring the world with the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Rammstein, Disturbed, Linkin Park, Slipknot, Marilyn Manson and Korn frontman Jonathan Davis. In 2004, Miller penned the all-star collaboration "Forever in Our Hearts," a song to benefit the victims of the 2004 tsunami in South Asia, which included Brian McKnight, Mya, Jacoby Shaddix (Papa Roach), Nate Dogg, and many more.
Originally from Clifton, VA, Miller now lives in Los Angeles, CA, where he owns and runs the successful recording complex Central Command Studios.
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