A Champion for the People’s Music
New Jersey resident Rodney Miller had something cooking on his mind besides
learning the culinary trade. It was his love for music that burned deep in his heart.
He enjoyed every aspect about the craft from singing at church to songwriting.
Influenced by the sounds of Stevie Wonder, the genius of Quincy Jones and country
greats like Alabama and Kenny Rogers, Miller began to experiment with writing
Miller began writing songs with lyrics that made a connection to audiences much like
his musical influences.
With songs like I Made Choices in life, Like a Song and Until We Come Together, Miller
wrote songs about love, peace, hope, inspiration, heartbreak, healing and lost love.
It was important for Miller to be able to connect with song lovers of different
experiences, backgrounds and musical genres.
During his career Miller has performed at legendary venues such The Apollo
Theater and Cami Hall in New York. Taking his love for music to another level, Miller
became a publisher and started his own company called All People’s Publishing.
Now as president, Miller’s goal is to bring as many fans as possible together through
Hard work has continued to pay off. Miller’s songs continue to get played worldwide
and have been recorded by Nashville singer and actor Ramsey Kearney. The label
CMG Records Nashville also had success with Miller’s song Daddy’s Little Girl.
With 13 years of experience as a songwriter, Miller has honed his craft and
continues to focus on songs with inspirational melodies and moving lyrics. Miller is
definitely on his way to becoming a champion for the people’s music.
All Peoples Publishing (ASCAP)