Lisa Dawn Miller Releases A PLACE IN THE SUN Written By Her Legendary Father, Ron Miller

Lisa Dawn Miller Releases A PLACE IN THE SUN Written By Her Legendary Father, Ron Miller

Fast-rising producer/singer/songwriter Lisa Dawn Miller, producer and co-star of the critically acclaimed musical, "Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show," releases "A Place in the Sun," the classic written by her father, famed songwriter, Ron Miller and originally recorded by Stevie Wonder on Motown Records. The new single was released on the younger Miller's new music label, LDM Music and is now available on iTunes and Amazon.

Lisa, produces and directs creative projects across a broad spectrum of artistic platforms, with a core focus on songwriting. Creativity is part of her DNA. Lisa's father penned numerous classic hits including "For Once in My Life," "Touch Me in the Morning," "A Place in the Sun," "Heaven Help Us All," "Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday," "If I Could," "I've Never Been to Me," "Someday at Christmas," and many more.

"I'm so excited to release this record as part of my mission to tell the Ron Miller story. Throughout the decades, artists have kept my father's memory alive by recording new renditions of his classic hits. Part of my goal is to release the unheard music of my father's vast legacy catalogue. I'm currently developing a new show about his life entitled, 'For Once in My Life' and I'd like to see him inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. He deserves to be there," Miller said.

The younger Miller is a songwriter in her own right and recently launched LDM Publishing which licenses her songs, many of which she co-wrote with her father. The complete music catalogue and is now online at https://ldmpublishing.com.

LDM Publishing, in partnership with the Ron Miller Songbook Publishing Company, LLC (to be launched later this year), manages the Ron Miller song catalogue and is building the largest collection of reimagined masters which include timeless standards and newly discovered songs.

Lisa recently released three new singles, "It's My Turn to Fly," "Summer Loving" and "Here We Go." She is also the producer of the hit musical, "Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show," currently in its 10th season. Recent stops included performances at Pikes Peak Center, Tilles Center, Thrasher-Horne Center, Reynolds Performance Hall, Valentine Theatre, Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Center, the King Center for Performing Arts, the Seminole Theatre and the Coral Springs Performing Arts Center.

She will be appearing next at the Bristol Riverside Theatre for five performances April 5-7 in Bristol, Penn.; Arkansas State University, April 23 in Newport, Ark.; Howard Auditorium Louisiana Tech University Theatre in Ruston, La., May 2 and the Stephen Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts, May 3 in Fairfield, Iowa. Lisa stars as Ava Gardner in the show alongside her husband, Sandy Hackett (son of legendary comedian, Buddy Hackett), who stars as Joey Bishop and co-produces.

Lisa has also written and produced a number of recordings and music videos for her children, 18-year-old actor/singer, Oliver Richman, a freshman at New York University Tisch School of the Arts, including "You and I," "Rise," and "The Diagramming Club" and 13-year-old dancer/actor/singer, Ashleigh Hackett, a student of the performing arts in Los Angeles, including "On and On and On" and "Slay!"

Lisa has released several original songs including "It's Time," "This is the Moment" and "Today," also available on iTunes and Amazon. She made her debut as a songwriter with her 2016 EP releases, "Hello You," and "My Turn Begins Today." Her songs, "My Favorite Time of Year" and "It's Christmas" premiered in "Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Christmas," which tours throughout the U.S. during the holiday season.

For the latest news on Lisa, visit at https://lisadawnmiller.com, on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.



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