American Idol alum Alex Miller signs with Billy Jam Records

American Idol alum Alex Miller has signed an exclusive recording contract with Nashville-based Billy Jam Records. The “True Country” singer/songwriter’s first single for the imprint, “Don’t Let The Barn Door Hit Ya,” was produced by Jerry Salley and will be released soon.

Pictured L-R at the label’s office are Ed Leonard, President, Daywind Music Group/Billy Jam Records; Alex Miller (seated), Jerry Salley, A&R/Creative Director, Billy Jam Records and Kyle Johnson, Marketing Director, Billy Jam Records.

www.alexmillercountry.com 

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ABOUT ALEX: Launched to global audiences during American Idol, Season 19, this Kentucky-born singer/songwriter still finds time to help his Grandpa, G.B., on the family’s cattle farm, participate in Future Farmers of Americaevents, and sing at church when he can. Wise beyond his years, he’s a class-A cutup and fun-loving charmer; a bonafide torch-carrying champion of traditional Country music with an arresting voice, he’s been performing professionally since the age of seven. His career progressed steadily from shows in and around his hometown of Lancaster, Kentucky to larger markets and venues, including the Dolby Theatre, Lucas Oil Stadium, WoodSongs, Renfro Valley, and more. His expressive voice and traditional approach to song – ala early George Strait or mid-career Haggard – brought early success and Alex was building a name for himself as the young newcomer to watch. That slow and steady approach ended with his AI audition and, while he tapped out of the show as a Top 50 finalist, he is more focused on his music than ever before. He’s traded in the methodical approach for a no-holds-barred run at the big time and is well on his way.  

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