Singer-Songwriter Jamie Miller Releases “Hold You ‘Til We’re Old”

Via Atlantic Records and Geaux Uptown Records, incredibly talented singer-songwriter Jamie Miller releases his new hit “Hold You ‘Til We’re Old”. Paired with an uplifting music video, “Hold You ‘Til We’re Old” offers a captivating vocal with an unforgettable falsetto. Moving through an empty theater, the dynamics draw viewers in as his larger than life delivery stuns. Right in time for Valentines Day, the relatable love song is sure to resonate with listeners all over the world. Only his third single, Jamie offers an impressive vocal range as well as a widely appealing lyrical style for fans of both pop and gospel. Much like his vocal delivery, there’s no doubting that this single will soar.

Born and raised in Wales, Miller cites early musical inspiration from gospel, R&B, and soul classics fostered by parents (including the catalogues of Donny Hathaway and Michael Jackson) before discovering and honing his voice to modern talents such as Bruno Mars, Sam Smith & others. Initially timid in nature, Miller shied away publicly from his natural talent until the age of 18 when he mustered up the courage to relocate to London and appear for the first time on UK broadcast television in 2017. In the years that followed, he eventually migrated to Los Angeles to craft his own original music while simultaneously amassing an explosive online following thanks to ongoing displays of his jaw-dropping vocal talent. Receiving over 20 million views across platforms, Miller has captured the attention of today’s top musicians and his own personal idols – including Kelly ClarksonP!nkSam SmithJennifer HudsonKhloe Kardashian & more.

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