Jeff Miller | Wash My Sins Away

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Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock Spiritual: Christian Rock Moods: Spiritual
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Wash My Sins Away

by Jeff Miller

What do you get when you combine music in the style of Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty, Trevor Rabin with a Christian lyric?
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Wash My Sins Away
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Jeff is a founding member of the band, Simon Apple, and a primary writer/producer of Celtic World Orchestra. Throughout his life, Jeff has always had one foot in the secular music world, and one foot in the Christian music world. "Wash My Sins Away" is a perfect example of that stylistic marriage, with music that is firmly planted in the rock world, and a lyric expressing the spiritual side. This song is exclusively Jeff - performing all instruments and vocals, producing, mixing, and mastering. Jeff wrote the song in 2011, but, did not get around to completing the recording until 2019. According to Jeff, "If memory serves, I got the initial spark for this song back in the Simon Apple days, shortly after "River To The Sea" was released. I think I only had the main keyboard riff, and, I wasn't able to finish off the song. I would re-visit it from time to time, but, didn't truly finish it until 2011. I had some basic tracks recorded after that, but, didn't have time to finish it off properly, until 2019. I always figured I would hand the vocals off to a "proper singer". However, in the end, I decided to walk out on the limb with my own vocals".

Cover photo credit: Ian Espinosa



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