“Rhett Miller is most commonly known as the frontman for the veteran alt-country group Old 97’s, but over the past ten years he has also had a successful career as a solo artist. His first solo release Mythologies came in 1989, when he was only 19 years old, wore glasses and sported a Bowie-esque British accent. After achieving widespread success with Old 97’s in the ‘90s, Miller released his second solo album, The Instigator, in 2002. Since then, he’s recorded three additional solo albums, the last of which, The Dreamer, was released on June 5 by his own Maximum Sunshine Records.
We recently caught up with Miller to discuss his new album, The Dreamer, what it was like funding the album through an online PledgeMusic campaign and whether he’s discovered the fountain of youth.”
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