Kim Petrarca & Jordan Miller | If This Is Goodbye

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If This Is Goodbye

by Kim Petrarca & Jordan Miller

Nashville-based singer-songwriters Kim Petrarca and Jordan Miller paired up to write this catchy pop tune about questioning the direction of and desire to make a relationship work or to let it go.
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Kim Petrarca & Jordan Miller
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Born and raised in Rhode Island, Kim Petrarca is a singer-songwriter based out of Nashville. She was involved in the local New England music scene for over ten years, and recently released her second album in Music City.
Her first EP, “Leave It Where It Lies,” was recorded by former SR-71 guitarist, Mark Beauchemin, and mastered by Brian Lucey (The Black Keys, Grace Potter, Ray LaMontagne).
Her sophomore release, “Dead Before the War,” was released in October of 2017, and was recorded in Nashville by Daniel Dennis at Prime Cut Studios.
Kim’s style of acoustic-folk-rock is not only lyrically driven, but honest and simple, making her songs relatable to any listener. Some of her influences include Bob Dylan, Carole King, Griffin House, and Tristan Prettyman. Kim plays regularly in Nashville, and you can view her schedule under the "shows" tab or visit her Facebook page for news and updates.

Jordan grew up in a small, rural town just south of Tallahassee, Florida in Wakulla County. It was his mother’s side of the family that helped introduce him to the sounds of music in his early childhood. “My mom and I stayed with my grandparents for some time growing up before she remarried. My grandfather was a steady banjo picker. Every Sunday morning before church I’d walk down stairs to hear Foggy Mountain Breakdown or Blue Moon of Kentucky ringing throughout the house. Looking back I cherish that.” That style of roots music can be heard in his own songs like “Hayesville”, which he wrote anticipating a vacation trip to a family mountain house in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Jordan recorded his "SOUNDS" EP at Prime Cut Studio in Nashville. Produced by Jordan and studio owner, Daniel Dennis, the EP title originates from the idea of Jordan honing in on his true sound after all these years. “This album definitely shapes where I’m headed, but it’s only the beginning.”



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