It's hard to imagine how rising country star, Alex Miller, has the breath to say "thank you" for his early stage opportunities, given the pace of his music production and shows over the past two years. Since his break-out as an American Idol talent in 2021, the national recognition of singing, songwriting, guitar-shredding talent has propelled a rapid and constant schedule of writing, producing and performances. However, we see that part of a true country upbringing for Alex means that gratitude is always priority in life.
Just completing the production of his EP, COUNTRY, and looking at an accelerating schedule of shows, Alex wanted to stop and say "Thank You" to The Lincoln Jamboree, with a free show, for recognizing his early talent and granting him the confidence-building stage time to perform in early adolescent years. Although Lincoln Jamboree's weekly shows are always Saturday night, and current shows are booked through March, '24, Alex and Jamboree-Manager Jay Henderson arranged for this important gratitude show to happen on a Friday, Dec. 15, '23.
To understand what it means for Alex to take this one-time opportunity while he can, take a look at the About page on his website, rather than re-summarizing his rise and schedule here. Among the accomplishments that attest to his talent, Alex has opened for Hank, Jr, Josh Turner, Lee Brice, and Shenandoah, and has performed at five state fairs, in addition to constant writing and production of hit singles and collaborations.
As well-stated by Jerry Salley, producer of COUNTRY, Alex was "... born with real Country music in his bones." The Lincoln Jamboree is deeply grateful that Alex has offered the free show. As the show will be first-come-first-served for seating, both Alex and The Jamboree suggest that fans come for dinner in the Kentucky's Finest Restaurant (on premises at The Jamboree) before the show, to show their support and get a prime seat as well as an affordable, hearty, family-style meal.