Valorie Miller is an award-winning singer- songwriter from Asheville NC.
Miller got her start as a musician when the North Carolina Arts Council awarded her an Emerging Artist grant to make her first recording in the late 1990s. From there she has gone on to record independent CDs, gain recognition from many prestigious venues and contests, and tour all over the US and internationally.
She has been a Kerrville New Folk Finalist, two-time top finalist in the North Carolina Songwriting Contest, and top finalist in the Great American Song Contest.
Miller has performed at The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, The Bitter End in New York and The Continental Club in Austin, Texas—and virtually every place between. She has shared the stage with Merle Haggard, Jennifer Nettles, Wilco and Patty Larkin. Here is what Nashville’s Grammy-winning songwriter, Larry Cordle, says about her live show: “Go see Valorie Miller and listen to her stark, wonderfully crafted stories of longing, escaping love’s clutches, love of her homeland in the North Carolina mountains... Valorie is a beautiful girl with great stories to tell in song and a beautiful voice to convey them with."