Episode 85: Marie: Little Dreams, Music, and Changing the World Through Your Life and Career

Marie Miller

In 2018, Marie Miller took a bold step and left the record label she’d spent the previous 10 years and began a path as an independent artist. This was, of course, filled with a mix of emotions and challenges – but it was out of this period of doubts and difficulties that her album, Little Dreams, was born. “The songs are about being afraid but taking that first step even when you’re scared— believing in yourself even when you don’t feel like you can do it,” Marie says. In March, during the thick of the Covid-19 pandemic, Marie released “Little Dreams”.

Prior to Marie’s current success, Miller performed for Pope Francis during his 2015 visit to Philadelphia, opened for the BackStreet Boys, toured with American Idol winner Kris Allen and singer/songwriter Five For Fighting, and had songs featured on pop radio and ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. After all this, Miller still gets excited at the thought of performing even for small audiences of 50 people. 

Marie says, “Each one of us has a unique quest, something only we can do to make the world more beautiful, more humane, more fraternal. If it feels like we’re too small, it’s a mistake.”

Marie joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her life story, her inspiring journey as a musician, she talks about releasing an album during the Covid-19 pandemic, she discusses how she uses her platform for good to raise awareness and support for causes and organizations that are changing the world, and so much more. You don’t want to miss this fun and inspiring episode!

Marie’s latest album “Little Dreams” is available on Spotify, Apple Music, and wherever you find your music.

Find more information on Marie and her music, please visit Marie’s website.

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