Rising country artist Carolyn Miller has released her new single, “Flatline” out today. This song is the follow up to her last single "All In" which was named Radio Disney Country Song of the Week.
"Flatline" is an empowerment song with themes of perseverance and coming back stronger. The song was written by Wendy Parr, Parker McKay, and Craig Wlson, with production by Craig Wilson.
Driven by her passion for performing, Miller has turned to live streaming during her time quarantined, delivering over 100 livestream concerts for various radio stations, media outlets, music venues, and even virtually hosting and performing in various high profile events and online festivals. Miller sang the national anthem for the NY Mets and hosted and performed on both of Music Mayhem's virtual country festivals alongside Billy Ray Cyrus, Walker Hayes, Tenille Townes, and more. Additionally, her live acoustic cover of "When You Say Nothing At All'' was featured on Country Rebel, amassing nearly 500,000 views. Miller’s vivacious personality has drawn in followers of all ages from all over the world, and there’s no sign of her slowing down. “Covid can’t stop the music. It can’t stop our passion. It is our duty as artists to spread joy and love, especially in the darkest times. Music is needed now more than ever.”
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