JASON CHARLES MILLER & SCATTERED HAMLET
Raised in Clifton, VA, Jason Charles Miller spent much of his childhood scouring for bullets and artifacts in nearby Manassas, VA, sight of the historic Civil War Battles of Bull Run. The Manassas railway crossing served the same purpose for the Union and Confederacy that it did for Miller laying tracks to the North, South and West.
Now, after more than a decade as frontman of the internationally acclaimed rock band Godhead, Jason Charles Miller is rediscovering his past as he moves boldly into his future as a solo artist, exploring his roots, stripping his music to its core, and paying homage to the artists that touch his life and the art that shapes his soul.
Uncountry is more than just Miller's full-length solo debut, it is his story set to music. It is the path that took him to Godhead, his progression through the music industry, and his evolution as a solo artist. While his Last To Go Home EP was a bare bones introduction to the Miller many fans never knew, Uncountry adds flesh to the skeleton. It is what happens when hard rock rediscovers its primal roots.
Miller relocated to Los Angeles a decade ago, where he owns a recording studio and thrives as a recording artist, writer and producer, voiceover artist and actor but living in the shadows of Hollywood has made his southern disposition shine. Splitting time between Los Angeles and Nashville, his love for country and blues has intensified, as has the influence of those that have defined his music roots: Johnny Cash, Neil Young, Kris Kristofferson, Merle Haggard, Fleetwood Mac, Bad Company
His first solo recording was "You Get What You Pay For," and the single struck a big chord in country music circles, being featured in the HBO hit series True Blood and including appearances from friends Felicia Day [The Guild] and Greg Grunberg [Lost, Heroes, Felicity]in the video. The "Uncountry" video reveals Miller's lighter side, as well as guests Robert Picardo [Star Trek: Voyager] and Grant Imahara [MythBusters].
Miller's music was also featured in the pilot of the HBO series Hung, and he was asked by Bret Michaels to remix the Rock of Love theme song for the Poison frontman's Custom Made solo album. His songwriting can currently be heard on the WWE Smackdown theme "Hangman," which was recorded by (and co-written with) the rock band Rev Theory.
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