Alex Miller Performs ‘Memphis Medley’ And Reveals Debut Album Is Coming

Alex Miller performed a ‘Memphis Medley’ and revealed that he has a new album in the works.

The former American Idol contestant shared a performance on Facebook and YouTube that he dubbed the Memphis Medley. The medley included performances of Chuck Berry’s “Memphis, Tennessee,” Jerry Lee Lewis’ ‘Great Balls Of Fire,” Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues,” Elvis Presley and Carl Perkins’ “Blue Suede Shoes” and Presley’s “That’s All Right.”

You can watch the full medley performance below.

In a recent interview with RFD TV, the rising country star also revealed that he has been writing songs in preparation for an album in the works that hopes to release later this year.

“I’m getting to know Music Row, I reckon, I’ve been doing some songwriting the last few days,” Miller explained. “and hopefully we’ll have an album to put out for folks to listen to pretty soon.” Later adding, “We’re hoping to get it out probably August, towards the fall, end of the year.”

You can watch Miller’s full interview with RFD TV below.

Additionally, May 20 has been declared as Alex Miller Day in his hometown of Lancaster, Kentucky. The declaration comes as Miller put his hometown on the maps with his Idol and beyond success.

Lancaster Mayor Marshall Norton declared that May 20th be Alex Miller Day in the city of Lancaster.

“Therefore, I do hereby declare that May the 20th as Alex Miller Day throughout the city of Lancaster,” Norton said in the clip announcing his special day.

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