John R. Miller’s Fireside Sessions Prove He’s One Of The Most Intriguing Artists In The Business

A person playing a guitar

If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it 100 times

If you’re not listening to John R. Miller, you need to change that immediately.

The guy’s one of the most intriguing artists out there today. He’s a top notch wordsmith, a heck of a guitarist, and he has a voice that makes his already thought-provoking lyrics a bit more enticing to dive into.

But while many artists sound good in the studio, John proves he can put himself anywhere and still be the artist we hear on his records.

Insert the Fireside Sessions, a series of videos of John playing songs from his catalogue as well as covering some of his favorites that you may not have heard before, like Jim Ford’s “Big Mouth USA” and “Forgiven and Forgotten” by Ward Harrison.

His music is already great for sitting outside, sipping a whiskey, taking a puff and thinking about life, but these Fireside Sessions make it feel like he’s next to you and you’re on that journey together.


Coming Down

Motor’s Fried

Garden of Fools

Forgiven and Forgotten (By Ward Harrison)

Borrowed Time

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock