Rising Nashville Country Music artist Emily Miller has released an acoustic video for her cover of the Reba McEntire song “Turn On The Radio.” Co-written by Cherie Oakley, J.P. Twang and Mark Oakley the popular tune was released in July 2010 and the song reached number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the week of January 1, 2011. Miller’s acoustic cover video was filmed at Stormlight Pictures Studio in Nashville by videographer Logan Christopher. Nick Champeau played guitar in the video. The music video is available to watch on her official YouTube channel.
“Turn On The Radio” was actually the last song Emily Miller chose when looking for songs for her acoustic video project. Having trouble finding just the right one, a friend suggested she cover something from Reba McEntire’s vast catalog. Miller has never kept her love of McEntire’s music a secret, often referring to her as her “queen.” Going through some of her favorite Reba McEntire songs, she finally landed on “Turn On The Radio,” feeling it stood out as something different that no one had really done before. Miller hopes those that watch this video and hear the song feel the sass and the empowerment that a song like this can bring off. Throughout the video Miller noticed she had her signature sassy face, which includes the arch in her eyebrow bone that makes it authentic to her and what her goal was in creating the video. The final product was truly just a fun song and video to put together to go out to fans!
“Creating the video for ‘Turn on the Radio’ was a fun experience just because it allowed me to be sassy. I love how the colors turned out and how it is just simple yet creative,” expressed Emily Miller.
“‘Turn On the Radio’ was such a fun video to film, Emily is always great at bringing personality to simple concepts. This was also part of a long day and she handled it like a boss, delivering the same energy on hour 8 as she did at the beginning of the day!” shared Director/Videographer Logan Christopher.
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About Emily Miller:
Emily Miller is a multi-talented country singer from West Chester, Ohio. Her debut release “Avaline” has exceeded 62K organic spins on Spotify and the follow up single, “Dear Lonely” has surpassed 68.5K streams. “Prince Charming,” written by Emily Miller was released February 2019 and wass the theme for the TV show Renee’s Bridal Takeover. Her next single, “Take the Trash Out” dropped in March 2021, followed by a supporting music video later in the year. Emily’s debut EP, They Say, was released in February 2022. Her dynamic voice and guitar have entertained audiences in several states and in large venues including the Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville Music City Center, Gatlinburg Craftsman Fair, charity events like Cincinnati’s Children’s Hospital, College sporting events, and many venues across the South and Midwest. Her active engagement with the audience allows everyone to feel connected with her easy-going personality, catchy smile and quick wit. Emily has worked with some of the best in the business, including Grammy Award winner Tammy Rogers King of The Steeldrivers along with other industry professionals throughout Nashville, exposing her to audiences she never dreamed of. Playing over 200 shows a year, Emily shows no signs of slowing down. You never know where you’re going to find her next!