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RISING NASHVILLE COUNTRY MUSIC ARTIST EMILY MILLER RELEASES CHRISTMAS COVER OF “MARY, DID YOU KNOW?"


NASHVILLE, TN - (November 25, 2022) -Rising country music artist Emily Miller has released her first-ever Christmas song, a cover of the classic, “Mary, Did You Know?” The song’s lyrics were written by Mark Lowry in 1984 and the music was written by Buddy Greene in 1991. Originally recorded by Christian music artist Michael English in 1991, the song has since become a holiday favorite and recorded by hundreds of other artists. Stream and download the Emily Miller version of “Mary, Did You Know?” on Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music /iTunes, Pandora and more mdyk_emilymill.


Emily decided that this year would be the year to record her first Christmas song, and she knew “Mary, Did You Know?” was one of the top contenders. The song takes her back to her childhood, growing up at church and hearing this song sung every year. She feels It is such a powerful testimony of what faith can do in the Christmas season. This year, in particular, this song has brought her joy, as she fought tough battles due to health issues over the second half of the year. Just like Mary many years ago, she had to be faithful to the lessons God was teaching her every day.


“I hope when listeners hear my version of “Mary, Did You Know?” that they hear the passion and love through every inflection in my voice, and know Jesus is the reason for the season!” expressed Emily Miller.


“Many people have done this song before, but it's special when Emily sings it. You have to hear it for yourself to understand,” shared producer Jake Parshall.


“Mary, did you know that your Baby Boy

Would someday walk on water?

Mary, did you know that your Baby Boy

Would save our sons and daughters?

Did you know that your Baby Boy

Has come to make you new?

This child that you delivered

Will soon deliver you

Mary, did you know your Baby Boy

Will give sight to a blind man?

Mary, did you know that your Baby Boy

Will calm a storm with His hand?

Did you know that your Baby Boy

Has walked where angels trod?

When you've kissed your little Baby

Then you've kissed the face of God

Oh, Mary did you know?

Oh, Mary, did you know?...”


This new version released by Emily Miller was produced byJake Parshall of Parshall Productions. Session musicians on the song included Will Houchens (piano/strings), Tim Galloway (acoustics) and Molly Brown (background vocals). Mastering was completed by Frank Gagliardi of Fuselage Mastering.


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About Emily Miller:

Emily Miller is a multi-talented country singer from West Chester, Ohio. Her debut release “Avaline” has exceeded 62K organic spins on Spotify and follow-up of “Dear Lonely” has passed 68.5K streams. “Prince Charming,” written by Emily Miller, was released in February 2019 and is the theme for the upcoming TV show Renee’s Bridal Takeover. Her next single, “Take the Trash Out” dropped in March 2021, followed by a supporting music video later in the year. Emily’s debut EP, They Say, was released in February 2022. Her dynamic voice and guitar have entertained audiences in several states and in large venues including the Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville Music City Center, Gatlinburg Craftsman Fair, charity events like Cincinnati’s Children’s Hospital, College sporting events, and many venues across the South and Midwest. Her active engagement with the audience allows everyone to feel connected with her easygoing personality, catchy smile and quick wit. Emily has worked with some of the best in the business, including Grammy Award winner Tammy Rogers King of The Steeldrivers and other industry professionals throughout Nashville, exposing her to audiences she never dreamed of. Playing over 200 shows a year, Emily shows no signs of slowing down. You never know where you’re going to find her next!

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