Hannah Violet Miller, a musician, singer-songwriter from Fredricksville, Pa. I grew up on a small secluded farm with two sisters, the perfect place to sing your little heart out. I play fiddle, guitar, piano, and sing. Since I was little I played and performed Irish music with my father, Mitch Miller. He is a fiddle playing, toe-tapping jamming machine. He bought me my first fiddle at age 6 and taught me a lot about musicology and how to handle myself in the professional music world. Dad has always had great advice, and in the most taxing or celebratory times, a shot of tequila! My mom Sharon (Solt) Miller took me to my first piano lesson at age 5 and has hardly missed a concert or important gig since then. She's pretty darn amazing. The piano lesson was actually meant for my oldest sister, but she wanted to stay at the playground so I went in her place, permanently. That was pretty much the beginning of everything. I started taking music more seriously in middle school and performed a great deal through high school with school choirs, band, county orchestra, and up to regional chorus and Junior Miss. I toured for three weeks through out Europe with the American Music Abroad Choir, and sang in some gorgeous and remote towns. Austria and Switzerland were my favorite. I didn't start writing music though until my last year of high school. My first song was called "what will I see" and is tracked on my first sold CD titled "On My Own" engineered by my father. You will hear a complete makeover of the song, including lyrics and will be titled "Smoke" on my soon to be released album "Violet Sky". I was definitely a closet songwriter for years until Nashville provided my first open mic/songwriter's night experience at the infamous Bluebird Café where I received a warm response and a good idea of other styles of song writing and acoustic performances.