Lee Thomas Miller Officially Launches Campaign For U.S. Congress

Lee Thomas Miller

Songwriter Lee Thomas Miller has officially launched his campaign for U.S Congress’ seventh district today (Nov. 14), following last week’s announcement from BMI’s Mike O’Neill.

The son of Kentucky tobacco farmer and a small town librarian has become an award winning songwriter who lives in Williamson County in Tennessee with his wife Jana and their four kids, all of whom attend public schools in their community.

He has penned seven No. 1 songs, 12 top 10 songs and earned three Grammy nominations with artists including Trace Adkins, Garth Brooks, Brad Paisley, George Strait, Jamey Johnson and Chris Stapleton. Most people know his hit songs, like “In Color,” “The Impossible,” “You’re Gonna Miss This,” and “I’m Still a Guy.”

Miller recently stepped down from his former post as president of Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) in order to run for the seat. He has tirelessly worked with NSAI to defend the rights and livelihood on Capitol Hill of the “smallest small business”—songwriters.

See Miller’s official announcement video below:


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