DJ Miller Kicks Off New Year With New Single, “Whatever It Takes”

Evergreen Records recording artist DJ Miller is kicking off the new year with a new single, “Whatever It Takes,” from his forthcoming 2011 debut album release.

Written by songwriters Don Goodman, Brad Wolf and Trini Triggs, “Whatever It Takes” is a commanding, traditional-style Country ballad that aptly showcases the 21-year-old singer’s rich vocal. It follows Miller’s 2010 debut single, “A Little Naughty Is Nice,” and a special holiday release, “A Snowman In Birmingham.”

Produced by Goodman and veteran Music Row executive Johnny Morris, “Whatever It Takes” struck DJ with its earnest lyrics and straightforward concept.

“It’s a song about the sacrifices the man is willing to make for his wife so that he can provide for his family and make their marriage work,” says Miller. “I think it’s a pretty simple message, but it’s something that most people can probably identify with. It’s gotten really great response from the folks I’ve been playing it for so far on our radio tour, so I’m excited to see what the fans think about it.”

Earlier this month, the Idaville, Ind., native visited several stations on the West coast in support of the new single. He is slated to continue his promotional tour in multi-week legs for the next few months as he makes his way back across the U.S.

Miller is currently finishing his debut album, with plans to release it in the spring of 2011. For more information, visit www.DJMillerCountry.com.

About DJ Miller:
A native of rural Idaville, Indiana, 21-year-old DJ Miller broke onto the Country music scene in 2010 with his single, “A Little Naughty is Nice.” Influenced by artists like Garth Brooks and later Brad Paisley, Miller is known for a high-energy, interactive live show and his down-to-earth persona. He is currently finishing work on his debut album, due out in early 2011. For more information about DJ Miller, visit www.DJMillerCountry.com.

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