Jenny Leigh Miller

Jenny Leigh Miller began performing as a child by singing in front of large audiences throughout New England. People in Jenny’s hometown began to take notice of her unique, powerful vocals and encouraged Jenny to pursue a career in music. Jenny enjoyed performing however she did not see a reason to pursue a career in the industry, yet.

Taking an early interest in world affairs, Jenny signed up for the military just two weeks before graduating from high school. Jenny embarked on a tour overseas and served at two U.S. duty stations.

Jenny learned to play the guitar while she was deployed. Jenny’s father shipped a Takamine acoustic to her and she played until her fingers built up enough calluses. After work, Jenny played guitar and performed country music for her peers. The stress had lifted and Jenny realized how healing music was to her. She also noticed her audience’s enthusiasm, connecting with them on a deep level. Jenny began writing her own music soon after her tour while attending the University of Connecticut.

Jenny has written with NSAI members recently while living in Nashville. Jenny recorded her first all original EP in November 2018 in Studio A at The Rukkus Room in Nashville.

All of the songs on the EP were written by Jenny, except for one song, “Rugged Man” which Jenny co-wrote with a Canadian songwriter, Lindsay Czitron. Dave Miller, Jenny’s brother and the guitarist in her backing band aids in the compositions of the song structures.  The debut single, titled “Driving with the Top Down” will be played on country radio this summer.

You can now order the new single on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon music, and watch the debut music video on her Youtube page (Coming May 2019).

Jenny is currently touring the East Coast and will be opening for well known acts at festivals as well as performing her own headlining sets with her backing band from Georgia to Maine. Catch one of her shows here: