Scott Miller’s big world comes to Chattanooga
Scott Miller & The Ladies Commonwealth Auxiliary return to Tennessee once again to spread acoustic sounds from his hometown and experiences. This Saturday at The Camp House, singer and songwriter Scott Miller will express what it means to live in a big, big world.
Miller’s big, big world stretches from a two-hundred acre cattle farm in Virginia to a dingy one window basement apartment in Knoxville to his friend’s office in Nashville.
Bouncing from Virginia to Tennessee led to his Knoxville-based band, The V-Roys. After a few albums including Just Add Ice and All About Town, the group disbanded. However, Miller’s experience with the group and traveling from Knoxville back to Virginia led to inspiration heard in his newest album, Big Big World.
Big Big World consists of ten tracks recorded, mixed and produced by Doug Lancio, Miller’s partner for his 2009 release, For Crying Out Loud. Their blended sound of southern rock, country, and bluegrass is heard throughout the album, but more specifically in the songs “I Gave You the Power” and “Why Won’t You Give Me Your Love?”
But at the end, the track “Goin’ Home” wraps up the album right back to East Tennessee where Miller’s musical career began.
Scott Miller & The Ladies Commonwealth Auxiliary
Saturday, 7 p.m.
The Camp House
149 E. MLK Blvd.