With a focus on American roots/folk music, singer-songwriter, Joseph Alton Miller, strives to bridge the gap separating the many genres that make up the American sound. He has been recording and touring for almost two decades as a solo artist, sharing stages with acts such as Brandi Carlile, Living Color, Railroad Earth, and Richard Shindell (Cry, Cry, Cry). Within that time period, Joseph has also toured and recorded as a member of hip-hop bands opening for acts like Bone Thugs N Harmony and Robert Randolph & The Family Band. In 2017, after releasing his critically acclaimed album “Songs of Travel for the Vagabond”, Joseph was nominated for the No Depression Magazine Singer/Songwriter Award. Joseph is currently working on a new acoustic EP (recording at Victor Recording Studio in Camden, NJ) and will release the album along with a book of poetry called “The Souls of These Boots” in early 2020.