Author Archive for: Abby Miller
Abby Miller is a 13-year-old musician with a big voice and an even bigger heart. CBS News has called Abby a cross between Miley Cyrus and Goodwill Ambassador. Abby has dedicated her life to helping save the life of her friend, 5-year-old Taylor Love. Taylor has Stage IV High Risk neuroblastoma, a deadly cancer with no cure.
In 2008 Abby began performing on the streets of Washington DC and in the Virginia suburbs to raise money for Taylor’s treatments. She also began posting cancer awareness videos on her YouTube channel which has over 5,000,000 total views. Through her music, Abby has helped raise over $400,000 for pediatric cancer research.
Abby plays the piano, drums and guitar. She is also a talented artist and lacrosse player.
For more information, please visit abbymillermusic.com.
Entries by Abby Miller
I learned at an early age that everyone has a gift from God and it’s important to use that gift for good. You have to give back. For me, the gift of music is something that I was born with. My mom says I sang before I talked, even humming as a tiny infant! At first music was something that I did because it made me feel good, but I began to realize that I made others feel better with my music and that makes it important to share. My grandpa died when I was younger and my mom was… Read more.
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