Baylor Grad Hailey Miller Releases Debut Single "Deserve"

Wednesday, September 4, 2019
Hailey Miller
Hailey Miller

Hailey Miller, a musician originally from Chattanooga who currently resides in Nashville, has released her debut single “Deserve”.

Over two years ago, while attending high school at Baylor, she had an EP released on Soundcloud called “One Way Home”. At the time, Ms. Miller said she was on the fence about where she wanted to go to college and what she wanted to pursue.

"I didn’t realize that anyone else was listening," said Ms. Miller. "It was the support I felt from my hometown that encouraged me to follow my passion of music in Nashville. I am currently pursuing both a music industry education and career.

"Now, I have released a song to all streaming platforms, and I have grown significantly in my songwriting and sound since living in Nashville and being at Belmont.

“This (Deserve) was one of those songs written in 20 minutes. Right after the messy breakup that inspired this song, I distinctly remember coming home, closing the door, and writing everything down. The situation left me as a broken and confused 18-year-old, but, two years later, I am thrilled to have turned that brokenness into 'Deserve'.

"Through makeshift bedroom recording studios, late nights, and lots of love from my friends and family, I am so excited to present my first single 'Deserve' to all streaming platforms."

About Hailey Miller:

Ms. Miller is an alternative pop artist with strong R&B influences. Smoky vocals paired with her dynamic melodies showcase both her folksy beginnings and newly adopted rock/pop influences. Though Miller claims Chattanooga as home, the Navy took her family from coast to coast through the years. They landed in Norfolk, Va., San Diego, Ca., Knoxville, and Urbana, Md., before returning her parents’ home of Chattanooga.

She first picked up a guitar at 13 years old when her uncle gifted her younger brother a guitar and she promptly overtook it. A few days later, she played and sang “Stand By Me” for her first audience: her family. She was hooked ever since and began writing her own material soon after.

Ms. Miller now resides in Nashville where she studies Music Business and Marketing with minors in Graphic Design and Spanish (in addition to pursuing music). She has always had a passion for school along with the arts.

For more information visit www.haileymillermusic.com.

Hailey Miller
Hailey Miller

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