Buddy & JULIE MILLER

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BREAKDOWN ON 20th AVE. SOUTH (2019)

Album Announcement Press Release

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PRESS PHOTOS

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Buddy & Julie Miller Photo By Kate York
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PRAISE FOR BREAKDOWN ON 20th AVE. SOUTH

“…ranks among the year’s finest.” Rolling Stone

“It's a small miracle that the Millers have completed a new album together…” NPR Music

“At the heart of the album are the riveting idiosyncrasies of Buddy & Julie's partnership, and it's a wondrous thing to be allowed back in.”  NPR Music

“One of the most eagerly anticipated Americana albums of the year..." 8 out of 10 - Uncut Magazine

“The public absence of the Miller's singular, beloved dynamic — she the mischievous empath, he the soulful stoic — has been felt acutely, but their influence on multiple generations of artists in the Americana scene remains profound; it's evident in never-ending new interpretations of songs from their catalog; in vocal harmonizing that generates warmly affectionate friction rather than a seamless blend; in repertoires that make room for rawboned strains of Appalachian folk and honky-tonk, unguarded, diaristic singer-songwriter confession and the lurching, rhythmic looseness of early R&B and rock and roll.” NPR Music

"It's a continuation of a musical and personal partnership that's entrancing, honest and one that makes for a mesmerizing listen." 4 1/2 out of 5 Stars - American Songwriter

"Buddy Miller lends all the support any artist could want or need on these performances, but he's smart enough to understand Julie Miller is every bit as deserving of the spotlight. On Breakdown on 20th Ave. South, he makes room for her to shine, and it's a very welcome reminder of her gentle strengths and singular voice. We need her in these days." 4 out of 5 Stars - AllMusic

"Buddy and Julie Miller return for their triumphant first album in a decade" The Tennessean

"A haunting, honest collection of stories" The Tennessean