Judith Miller, a native Texan is a disciple of Ella Fitzgerald, Shirley Bassey, Claire Martin, Bonnie Raitt and Diane Krall.
Her eclectic blend of jazz, blues, country, pop with improvisational style and range make her comfortable with Jazz from BeBop to Swing to soulful Ballads. Judith plays a variety of genres; jazz, blues, light R&B and soft rock. Music Channel-Hollywood (IMC) awarded her in 2013 as "Best Jazz Artist" "Best Jazz Song-writer" and "Best Jazz participation in IMC musical endeavors.
Also in 2016 Judith was Producer" of the year. Then IMC awarded Judith the 2015 Radio Music Awards for her original tune "Love Spell" written with Jim Erickson, Best Jazz producer of her original tune" Sad Affairs" A "Top 5" artist in local jazz on Reverbnation.com since 1998. Affairs", Best Live performance for "I Am What I Am” IMC Presidents Award in 2016 for continued awarded the Akademia Music Award for Best Jazz/Lounge Song for "Can't Stop Loving You" IMC Radio Music Awards for her rendition of "Wheelers and Dealers."
This year once again IMC honored Judith as “Best Female Jazz Artist” for 2018. Performing in clubs, homes, restaurants and festivals throughout Central Texas. Judith has an original repertoire & sings many standards
Judith Miller Band awarded IMC 2018 for "Best Jazz Artist" & 2018 President’s Award by Indie Music Channel
“Judith Miller Band “ Best Jazz/Lounge Song for “Can’t Stop Loving You Boy” by JudithMiller The Akademia
I can't think of a better way to spend an evening than listening to the Judith Miller Band. Not only are they excellent performers, but the songs they choose to play reflect an awareness of jazz that very few people have. Judith is a very fine, fine vocalist, one of the best I've ever known. If you are interested in hearing a band where high standards prevail than Judith Miller is your band" Bobby Doyle, Hall of Fame Musician,
Kumquat” is a nice laid-back bluesy tune that I dig on a lot! If you can’t get a groove goin’ with this kewl little track, you’d better go hunt up a “blues doctor”! This is a FUN BAND, no doubt, volkz! Tell ‘em Zzaj sent ya’, too, ‘k?”