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Rebecca Marie Miller is a force borne from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. With a career dating back to the tender age of 13, her work then and since is rooted in lilting melodies and unflinching sincerity, her lyrics dipped in melancholy then dredged with hope.For ten formative years, RMM fronted and wrote songs for Harrisburg’s Brave the Day, a band she co-founded. Upon Brave the Day’s dissolution, she packed up shop and headed west to Los Angeles, spending nearly two years “making lots of mistakes and losing lots of money.”LA having gotten the better of her, she sold most of her belongings and began the slow, solitary path back to Pennsylvania. Making her way north to Oregon then east through Montana’s big skies and across the hauntingly beautiful prairies of the Badlands, she arrived in Omaha, NE to reconnect with Laura Burhenn, friend and founder of The Mynabirds (Saddle Creek Records). Soon after, Burhenn would invite RMM to tour internationally with The Mynabirds. Of that experience, she says,“So many great things have happened since then, all because I took a long drive.”Since relocating to Portland, Oregon, RMM continues to carve a path with her voice. The PNW caught her with open arms, and she quickly found herself supporting acts like Foster the People and Kaki King. She formed the band Lenore. in 2016 with co-songwriter Joy Pearson. The group garnered immediate success, sharing stages with music heroes The Decembrists, Eric Bachmann, and Robin Pecknold and performing at the iconic Newport Folk Festival in 2019. RMM works as a session vocalist, contributing her voice to albums that include beloved Portland soul legend Ural Thomas and Josiah Johnson of Head and the Heart fame. Her song “Thick Skin, Tender Heart” was featured in the 2019 film “Paddleton” starring Mark Duplass and Ray Romano. RMM’s music is contrasts the ruminating familiarity of home against the glittering promise of the open road. With a guitar as dark and weathered as her boots, Miller’s songs trace highways and back roads, ancient redwoods and roadside attractions, connecting the wooden stage to her rolling tires, celebrating the months that she lived out of her car in equal measure with that afternoon when she finally pulled back into her driveway.She is currently writing and recording at home and expects to harvest new material in the fall of 2024. 

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