January 2, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Country artist, Greg Susoreny, recently recorded his forthcoming EP at Nashville’s, Verge Recording and Omni Sound studios. Produced by Greg Susoreny and Dean Miller, son of Country Music Hall of Fame’s, Roger Miller, the album was recorded with the help of some of Nashville’s top session players to include: Wayne Kilius on drums, Jim Hyatt on bass, Dennis Wage on piano, b-3 organ, & Wurlitzer, Curt Ryle on acoustic guitar, Mike Durham on electric guitar, Bruce Bouton on steel guitar, and Sara Beck with background vocals. Top industry engineer, Greg Strizek engineered the album with Mills Logan as mix engineer.
“We can expect a solid album for the country market from Greg”, says Miller, who expects the release to happen in early 2012.
More about Producer, Dean Miller:
Born into a musical family, Dean is the son of the late Roger Miller, best known for the song “King of the Road” and the Tony Award winning Broadway play “Big River.”
Dean has spent years as an artist signed to Capitol Records, MCA, Universal South and Koch. He is an award winning songwriter who has produced various albums and toured the world with his music. He has been signed as a songwriter to Sony, Universal and various other music publishers. He has appeared and performed with some of the biggest names in the music business.
Dean’s songs have been recorded by many artists including George Jones, Trace Adkins, Jamey Johnson, Terri Clark, Joe Nichols, Mark Chesnutt, Steve Holy, Hank Williams III and many more.
He has produced the projects of many artists and songwriters, some of whom have gone on to secure major label recording deals.
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Miller, son of Country Music Hall of Fame member, Roger Miller.