Camille Miller's voice has been described as "A finely honed instrument that's passionate, soulful, and downright riveting, without being overbearing".-Mark Bignell, Columbia Journal“Camille Miller sounds like the missing link between Hunky Dory era Bowie and Blur with a guitar sound straight out of the Elastica play book.”International and multilingual yet proudly and distinctly Canadian, Camille Miller has built an extensive career wowing audiences around the world.November 2016 marked the release of “Fight or Flight”, her 7th studio recording. Produced by Sao Paulo Guitarist Caetano Malta (Lucas Santtana, Momo and Karina Buhr) and recorded at Minduca Studios by Bruno Buarque (Karina Buhr, Lucas Santtana, Anelis Assumpção, Barbatuques) this album is a significant change for Miller. Labelled ‘Braz-Pop’ by one reviewer, this early Brit-Rock influenced album is a combination of Miller’s North American pop songs fused with Malta’s Brazilian styled guitar, horns and percussion.Born in Germany and raised on military bases all over Canada, Camille was brought up on a steady diet of Motown, Carly Simon, The Carpenters, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder and the Rolling Stones. Inspired by these greats of yesteryear Camille made her solo debut with a 6 song EP titled ‘Things People See’. It marked the beginning of a longtime partnership with notable Vancouver Island producer Rick Salt (Irish Rovers, Leeroy Stagger).Since that time a steady stream of music has followed including collaborations with Doug Elliot (Odds), Pat Steward (Bryan Adams) and many others. Camille’s blend of whisper to a roar vocal dynamics and onstage charisma quickly won over industry heavyweights as well as audiences. Manager Bruce Allen (Michael Buble, Bryan Adams) helped Camille get a foothold in the UK through numerous tours while indie labels like Sound of Pop, Sugar Shack and Synergy have released her six diverse albums worldwide. Of those, 2002’s ‘She Knows’ spawned a video for “I Always Will” and TV placements while “Somewhere Near The Truth” (2008) was recorded, produced and engineered by Geraldo Dominelli (Loverboy).A prolific collaborator, Camille has contributed as a vocalist and writer to a number of major label albums in both North America and Europe. She added vocals to ‘Lost’ by US-based Electronica group Baligomingo, whose widely acclaimed album ‘Beneath the Surface’ was released on BMG/RCA. She also wrote and sang four songs on Polish pop icon Robert Chojnacki’s album ‘Saxophonic’ (BMG Poland), culminating in a concert with Chojnacki and the Baltic Symphony Orchestra. This exposure built Camille’s fanbase in Poland and secured her regular billing at some of the country’s top live music venues. A recent experience as a member of a house band with renowned local players in Sao Paulo, Brazil honed Camille’s already formidable performance chops.
2017 could very well be her busiest year yet with shows already confirmed in the UK, Poland, Canada and Brazil. Camille Miller and her Guilty Bird Band deliver a passionate rousing set of music which thrills fans and turns strangers into converts.