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Past Shows

Sat. April 13th 2013
The Solstice Cafe Victoria BC (All Ages)
Adrienne Pierce, Ari Shine, Camille Miller
Fri. April 12th 2013
The Queens Nanaimo BC (No Minors)
Adrienne Pierce, Camille Miller, Ari Shine
Wed. August 31st 2011
Railway Club (No Minors)
40 bands in 5 nights!! Pepper Sands, Duvallstar, Sidney York, Camille Miller, Laurie Biagini
Wed. August 27th 2008
Railway Club (No Minors)
INTERNATIONAL POP OVERTHROW FESTIVAL GE4, Last Day Lost, ANDREA WITTGENS, Scott Jackson, Camille Miller, Pepper Sands, THE APOLLO EFFECT, GRIN CONVENTION
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Camille Miller

Camille Miller

Confirmed: Aug. 31, 2007 (Archived)

Label: INDIE
from Vancouver BC
Instruments: Vocals details

Contact Details

Camille Miller
camiller73@hotmail.com

Past Shows (17)

Camille Miller

“The skip of the needle, sings a poisonous mantra.
Try not to embrace it,
turn right round and face it.” - C. Miller from “I’ll Be Good”

Camille Miller has never been one to avoid facing her demons. This process began in full force during her early teenage years as a way to express her frustration with the lack of outward communication that comes with the territory of growing up as an “army brat”. Songs enabled her to get her voice heard under the less threatening and clever disguise of a cute song.

Born in Germany, and raised on military bases all across Canada, Camille grew up on Motown, Carly Simon, The Carpenters, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and the Rolling Stones. These artists shaped Camille’s musical tastes at an early age, and were the voices that put her to sleep at night and still provide comfort to her as she brings an updated version of vocal grace and soul of yesteryears to her modern pop sound.

Since the mid-90’s she has been based out of the Vancouver/Victoria area. In 1998 Camille released her first solo album “Things People See”, during which time she continued honing her skills as a songwriter, singer and guitar player. With help of producer Doug Elliott and Drummer Pat Steward (The Odds), and the introduction to co-writer Nick Haggar. Camille’s sophomore release “She Knows” (Synergy Records 2002) garnered a Much Music Video grant for “I Always Will” and two placements on the popular TV series “Cold Squad”.

After three tours across the United Kingdom, with some booking help from Bruce Allen (manager of Bryan Adams, Michael Buble), Camille caught the ear of Bristol-based Sugar Shack Records who released her third album “Carnarvon Street.” (Sugar Shack UK 2005) with Colin Nairne (Barney Bentall) as the sound engineer and Todd Simko (Pure) as the mix engineer.

Camille has also lent her writing and singing talents to several other artist’s CD including the song “Lost” by US- based Electronica group “Baligomingo” whose album “Beneath the Surface” was released on BMG/RCA in 2002 and still a popular download on i-Tunes. She also wrote and sang four songs on Robert Chojnacki’s latest album “Saxophonic” (BMG Poland released 2006) and did two national tours throughout Poland with him and his band. In May 2007 Camille took part in an outdoor concert featuring Robert Chojnacki with The Baltic Symphony Orchestra. This experience enabled Camille to start to build a fan base in Poland and secure a house gig twice a year in Warsaw.

With extensive touring experience (UK, Poland, Canada), 3 albums under her belt, radio airplay, showcases, TV appearances and song placements, Camille is ready to bring her music to a larger audience.

Eight months in the making, her latest album “Somewhere Near The Truth” has a nation-wide release date of October 4th, 2007. Recorded and engineered by Geraldo Dominelli (Loverboy, West End Girls) at the infamous Mushroom Studios in Vancouver, the album is a diary of emotions that we ALL know too well……… Lust/Love/Regret/Frustration/and of course, the joys of couch surfing whilst on tour.

From the Lust of “Spin the Bottle” in which she sings “Spin The Bottle/Round and Round/Feel my insides going Up and Down/One-foot forward too damn slow/What you could have had you’ll never, never know” to the Jealousy of TRACK 9 “spreading rumors/have you heard? /burn right through me/fire blurred/doubts and fears they reappear but I’ll take you at your word”

Camille extends an invitation to the listener to let you ”Somewhere Near The Truth” - A girl has gotta have SOME secrets after all!


Camille Miller

“The skip of the needle, sings a poisonous mantra.
Try not to embrace it,
turn right round and face it.” - C. Miller from “I’ll Be Good”

Camille Miller has never been one to avoid facing her demons. This process began in full force during her early teenage years as a way to express her frustration with the lack of outward communication that comes with the territory of growing up as an “army brat”. Songs enabled her to get her voice heard under the less threatening and clever disguise of a cute song.

Born in Germany, and raised on military bases all across Canada, Camille grew up on Motown, Carly Simon, The Carpenters, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and the Rolling Stones. These artists shaped Camille’s musical tastes at an early age, and were the voices that put her to sleep at night and still provide comfort to her as she brings an updated version of vocal grace and soul of yesteryears to her modern pop sound.

Since the mid-90’s she has been based out of the Vancouver/Victoria area. In 1998 Camille released her first solo album “Things People See”, during which time she continued honing her skills as a songwriter, singer and guitar player. With help of producer Doug Elliott and Drummer Pat Steward (The Odds), and the introduction to co-writer Nick Haggar. Camille’s sophomore release “She Knows” (Synergy Records 2002) garnered a Much Music Video grant for “I Always Will” and two placements on the popular TV series “Cold Squad”.

After three tours across the United Kingdom, with some booking help from Bruce Allen (manager of Bryan Adams, Michael Buble), Camille caught the ear of Bristol-based Sugar Shack Records who released her third album “Carnarvon Street.” (Sugar Shack UK 2005) with Colin Nairne (Barney Bentall) as the sound engineer and Todd Simko (Pure) as the mix engineer.

Camille has also lent her writing and singing talents to several other artist’s CD including the song “Lost” by US- based Electronica group “Baligomingo” whose album “Beneath the Surface” was released on BMG/RCA in 2002 and still a popular download on i-Tunes. She also wrote and sang four songs on Robert Chojnacki’s latest album “Saxophonic” (BMG Poland released 2006) and did two national tours throughout Poland with him and his band. In May 2007 Camille took part in an outdoor concert featuring Robert Chojnacki with The Baltic Symphony Orchestra. This experience enabled Camille to start to build a fan base in Poland and secure a house gig twice a year in Warsaw.

With extensive touring experience (UK, Poland, Canada), 3 albums under her belt, radio airplay, showcases, TV appearances and song placements, Camille is ready to bring her music to a larger audience.

Eight months in the making, her latest album “Somewhere Near The Truth” has a nation-wide release date of October 4th, 2007. Recorded and engineered by Geraldo Dominelli (Loverboy, West End Girls) at the infamous Mushroom Studios in Vancouver, the album is a diary of emotions that we ALL know too well……… Lust/Love/Regret/Frustration/and of course, the joys of couch surfing whilst on tour.

From the Lust of “Spin the Bottle” in which she sings “Spin The Bottle/Round and Round/Feel my insides going Up and Down/One-foot forward too damn slow/What you could have had you’ll never, never know” to the Jealousy of TRACK 9 “spreading rumors/have you heard? /burn right through me/fire blurred/doubts and fears they reappear but I’ll take you at your word”

Camille extends an invitation to the listener to let you ”Somewhere Near The Truth” - A girl has gotta have SOME secrets after all!

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Camille Miller
CAMILLE MILLER TRIO
Listing last updated/confirmed Aug. 31, 2007

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