Jen Miller is a Nashville-based indie recording artist, political activist, and the founder of Girl Gang Music — an online community and network of women + GNC folk within the music industry. An Ohio-native, Jen fostered her following online, with her tweets alone reaching nearly 25,000,000 people every month. In May 2014, her debut album “Overgrown” reached #8 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts, and her feminist anthem “Bullshit” is currently the theme song of Women’s Health podcast “Uninterrupted”. Jen has released two singles in 2017: “Down” and “My Type”.
My Type is about the powerful intersection of religion, human sexuality, and how they collide in human society at so many levels.
I’ve got a lot of friends — and I myself — who have had to question if our existence is right. If our love is right. And now, finally, I am comfortable to say that it doesn’t matter to me either way. Let’s celebrate it.”
In this episode of our Mid Tenn Listens podcast, we chat with Jen about the new release, her influences, navigating the digital age and more.
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