Marie Miller – "Little Dreams" Album Release – Tickets – Jammin Java – Vienna, VA – July 12th, 2020

Marie Miller - "Little Dreams" Album Release

Marie Miller - "Little Dreams" Album Release

Zach Vinson

$15.00 - $25.00
All Ages
GA $15 | Premier Plus $25

• Full dinner and drink menu available

• The Premier Plus section is a raised area with great views and reserved seats and tables. There is a dedicated server for faster service

Marie Miller is a folk/pop singer/songwriter and recording artist living in Nashville, TN.

Growing up in the Shenandoah Valley area of Virginia, the third of ten children, Miller began singing at the age of seven. Her song “You’re Not Alone” was played nationwide on pop radio, and her song “6’2” was featured on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars.

In September 2015 she performed for Pope Francis and 750,000 attendees in Philadelphia, PA. The performance was aired live on CNN and Fox News. Miller has opened for The Backstreet Boys, Sara Evans, Andy Grammar, and Train. She has toured with Five For Fighting, Kris Allen, and Carbon Leaf.

Her music was featured in Billboard Magazine, NPR, and the Huffington Post. Marie is currently working on her first independent project “Little Dreams”.

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Zach Vinson is thankful he’s not releasing a break-up album. That certainly could’ve been the case. Come to think of it, he’s thankful he’s not releasing a falling-in-love album either. Those two pillars of pop music (and the human experience) exist for good reason. But Vinson’s latest album, And Yet, explores less-charted relationship ground: What does it look like to stay in love, to stick it out when it would be easier to throw in the towel?

We all love the feeling of falling for somebody, and we can identify with the pain of a good break-up song,” Vinson says, “but we don’t talk much about what happens in-between. To me, there’s tremendous beauty and nuance in the fight to stay with the one you’ve got, to recognize the mystery of someone you thought you had all figured out.”

Sonically, the record brings a fresh landscape to Vinson’s work, with rhodes, wurly and Moog replacing the acoustic piano sound that’s been a staple of his previous albums. Under the guidance of producer Kit Hamon, Vinson and company tracked bass, drums, and rhodes live and then added layer upon layer of analog synths. The end result is a sound lush with synth-pop textures, but with the vitality of a live band pulsing underneath it.

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Venue Information:
Jammin Java
227 Maple Ave E
Vienna, VA, 22180