Sing-through for Tom Slot’s rock musical The Father of Songs (Best Supporting Actress nominee for my portrayal of this character at Planet Connections Theater Festival, neat!)

Singing “Baby Love” by The Supremes/Diana Ross as a ballad (produced by Terry Fabrizio/Trevi Music Studio, NYC)

Singing “Feeling Groovy/59th Street Bridge Song” by Simon & Garfunkel (produced by Terry Fabrizio/Trevi Music Studio, NYC)

Singing “Difficult Kind” by Sheryl Crow on stage (after an Islanders game and getting caught in the rain) with Emmett O’Malley, Brian Halloran… and baby Ryan!

Here’s a little song I wrote (after taking a commercial songwriting class), and I’m going to sing it note for note. Wake Up!

Another commercial original: Gig Economy.

Another commercial original: Cool Cat.

And for video of several songs from a recent live show with Brian (Trouble, Angel from Montgomery, and more), just click here.

JoseyMiller_MsMartiniRecent/Upcoming Appearances
12/8/2017: Playing Pinocchio and other characters in All That Glitters, a musical reading of short holiday-themed plays by Pamela Robbins
8/16/2017: Singing at BLVD (with Brian Halloran)
11/15/2016: Peoples Improv Theater (PIT) Old School Sketch Show
June/2015: Planet Connections Theatre Festivity (written/directed by Tom Slot)
3/6/12: The Dog and Duck (with guitarist Emmett O’Malley)
3/3/2012: The New York Times Travel Show (panel speaker: “Travel Planning and Social Media”)
3/3/2012: Restless Legs Reading Series
1/18/12: The Pint of No Return on Sixth Avenue (with guitarist Emmett O’Malley)
10/28/11: Master of Ceremonies/Singer (with Gerard Carelli Orchestra), New York City-area private corporate event
2/6/2011, 5pm: Ms. Martini at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre on 42nd Street (as Rachel)
2/5/2011, 3pm: Ms. Martini at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre on 42nd Street (as Rachel)
2/2/2011, 7pm: Ms. Martini at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre on 42nd Street (as Rachel)
7/16/2010: The Diving Bell on Queens Boulevard
7/12/2010: The Metropolitan Room on 22nd Street (Metrostar Talent Challenge)
4/8/10: The Diving Bell on Queens Boulevard
2/3/10: 1/27/10: East End on 1st Avenue
1/20/10: East End on 1st Avenue
1/12/10: East End on 1st Avenue
12/09/09: East End on 1st Avenue
11/18/09: East End on 1st Avenue
11/11/09: East End on 1st Avenue
7/28/09: Arturo’s on Houston
7/13/09: Metrostar Talent Challenge at the Metropolitan Room on W. 22nd
7/11/09: Arturo’s on Houston (with pianist Harry Whitaker)
7/9/09: Arturo’s on Houston (with pianist Harry Whitaker)

6/22/09: Arturo’s on Houston
2/26/09: Staged reading for “Father of Songs,” a new rock musical, in Schapiro Theater (singing the role of Madison)—Watch the video here
1/12/09: Arturo’s on Houston1/4/09: Arturo’s on Houston12/30/08: Village Lantern on Bleecker (three-hour solo acoustic set)12/29/08: Arturo’s on Houston12/27/08: New York Athletic Club on Central Park South
(set of jazz standards with Gerard Carelli Orchestra)
12/25/08: Arturo’s on Houston11/22/08: Arturo’s on Houston

Josey Miller was born and raised in the Chicago area. The granddaughter of an opera singer, she was classically trained in voice under Dr. Sarah Stedman of Northwestern University—but in college she abandoned the operatic route and substituted soul. Josey sang with rock bands and musical theatre troupes in college and then at a jazz piano bar post-graduation before relocating temporarily to San Diego. There she performed solo and with a band at well-known local clubs and coffee shops and started writing music inspired by Joni Mitchell, Patty Griffin and Jonatha Brooke. Currently living in NYC’s historic Greenwich Village, she’s playing various venues around town such as the Bitter End, the Living Room, the Red Lion, the Village Lantern and more. By combining emotive vocals and poetic lyrics, Josey has her own style of bluesy modern folk. She also studied the American composers of cabaret and jazz through Mannes Music College of The New School.


For information on booking her for live performances or session work, or to book Josey Miller and Jeff Cubeta, jazz duo, please e-mail joseymiller @ yahoo [dot] com

Watch the video of Josey performing the role of Madison in the sing-through for the new rock musical “Father of Songs” here (starting at 0:25):

Update: Josey was recently cast in her first NYC acting role: the ANN Morning Show, a digital comedy short for Will Ferrell’s Web site, Funny or Die. Watch her play reporter Madeleine Koch—three lines!—below (her scene, which takes place in the White House press room, begins around 2:41 and ends around 4:23):

All text and photos © Josey Miller 2007-2018 except where otherwise noted.sing



  1. Fantastic voice. I enjoyed your singing very much. Nice to meet you.

  2. Josey: great meeting you at the Travel Show.


  3. Looking forward to the staged reading. Good Luck!

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