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Linda Williams for a kitchen table writing session.I dont think any of us think its finished but its pretty close, he says. Pleasing the unpleasable is a life goal/bad habit I possess. Makes for good songs anyway.Middle Man, also known as the Scott Miller Theory of Relativity, finds Miller waxing blatantly and uncharacteristically autobiographical. Its a story of a rural kid who went to a school where the first day of hunting season was a holiday, where his TV could pick up only two stations, if it was cloudy enough. Miller turned first to books (the whole family read all the time), and then painting, and then learned to play three chords on the guitar and started telling truths.Being well-read with a spark of wanting to be heard meant I didnt really fit in with what was normal in Swoope, Virginia, Miller says. Cry me a river, right? Who DOES fit in when they are a teenager?Millers Epic Love sounds like something Millers hero and fellow Shenandoah Valley native Sam Houston would have written in his younger and wilder days, and Millers Shenandoah Valley cattleman side comes through on This Rivers Mine / This Valleys Yours.Ill take a river through some mountains over the ocean any day, any season, any time, just for the metaphor alone, he says. My home county (Augusta) is the largest in the Commonwealth, and has the largest cow-to-people ratio of any county east of the Mississippi. There are no rivers that flow into it. Its the headwaters of the Shenandoah River (flowing north to the Potomac) and the James River (east to the Chesapeake Bay.) We start everything, baby.Ive been told my songs have time bombs in em, he says. I met this playwright when I was playing in DC a couple of weeks ago and she was all gaga over my writing and she told me It sounds so simple but its so complex, and that comes from all my love and study of modernist poetry, all these subtle allusions to Sanskrit and [crap] like that, he says. I like to pack that [stuff] in there naively thinking that
  • Start:November 17, 2017 Time: 9:00 PM
  • End:November 17, 2017 Time: 11:59 PM
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  • Where:The Grey Eagle, 185 Clingman Avenue, Asheville, North Carolina, United States, 28801
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