Bluegrass music


Brandy Miller

Brandy Miller is a 16 year old, talented bluegrass banjo musician from the mountains of North Carolina.  Brandy found her talent for the banjo at the early age of 6, playing with her Dad and his band. Brandy also began taking lessons from two-time national banjo champion, Steve Lewis, at that time. Since then, she has been entering fiddler’s conventions, accompanying bands and has been accepted into the International Bluegrass Music Association’s Kids on Bluegrass program.  In June of 2012, she was asked to Tom T. and Dixie Halls' Studio in Franklin, Tennessee to record banjo on the Daughters of Bluegrass project. Brandy is now an official Daughter of Bluegrass. 

Brandy had the privilege of traveling to Lexington, Kentucky in February, 2013, where she performed alongside all-time great, J.D. Crowe on Michael Jonathon’s Woodsongs.  In July, 2013, Brandy traveled to Robbins, North Carolina to be filmed for the Generation Bluegrass 2 documentary which will be released in the fall of 2014.

Brandy had the honor in 2013 to be apart of the 2013 IBMA Bluegrass Youth All-Star band.  Directed by Stephen Mougin and Tony Watt. This only happens 10 years and was a wonderful experience for Brandy.

When Brandy is not performing with her band, Brandygrass, you can find her using her talent with different bands such as, Steve Lewis and Friends, The Calvary Reflections, Wayne Henderson, and others.

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