ROBBIE MILLER performs the song "SUNDAY" for BalconyTV.
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A cross between a young Archie Roach and City and Colour, Miller charmed the audience into near silence… definitely one to watch.
Brought up on the silky smooth beats of Cat Stevens, Van Morrison, and Neil Young, local and Indigenous Brisbane boy Robbie Miller brings a delicate and passionate voice to the Australian singer-songwriter scene.
A natural songwriter from the beginning, first picking up a guitar at age 13, Robbie has spent the past twelve years intricately developing his vocals, garnering a music degree from QUT and mentoring young indigenous students through AIME in the process.
Proving to be an insightful and “heartfelt” lyricist (The Music, 2013), Robbie led a successful 2013. Having won Triple J Unearthed’s 2013 National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMAs), Robbie’s song ‘Don’t Go Walking Away’ gained national airplay, and he was instantly catapulted to attention as he earned a place on tour with The Paper Kites.
Bringing his gentle and charming nature to the stage, Robbie has irrevocably connected with his fans, sharing his experiences and vulnerability through the universal language of music.
Enriched with sweet falsettos and spine-tingling nuances that will instantly melt your heart, Robbie’s voice, “warm and caramel wrapped in an excellently crafted vibrato” (The Music, 2013), is enough to keep you coming back for more.
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