Miller’s music smooth and sophisticated

Camille Miller is no stranger to the media world and has now released her latest album entitled “Somewhere Near the Truth”.

The music on this album combines upbeat tunes, talent and smooth vocals with soul-searching lyrics that generally centre around the theme of relationships.

In her song, “Spin the Bottle” Miller expresses her emotions when a former lover left and reflects on how good they had it together.

Her song “Frustrated” also speaks of love and relationships and highlights how confused and upset relationships can be but states that although there is frustration that ‘after all these years I am still in love with you’.

Millers voice is almost one with her music and is sweet and smooth. Miller grew up surrounded by music especially that of The Carpenters, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder and the Rolling Stones. She was born in Germany and was raised on different military bases across Canada and since the 90s has been based out of the Vancouver area.

Miller has had her share of fame and has had a Much Music Video grant and has had two placements on the popular TV series “Cold Squad”. She has been on numerous music tours including tours in Canada, the United Kingdom and Poland.

“Somewhere Near the Truth” has been eight months in the making and had been scheduled to be nationally released on Feb. 23, 2008.

For a taste of what Camille Miller has to offer as an artist check out or visit her MySpace page at