Missouri Mile - That's What I Do
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Contact Information:
Byron Hill
bhprecordings@gmail.com

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MISSOURI MILE - That's What I Do

Originally released 2009.
Available on AirPlay Direct June 1, 2018.

Production:
Recorded October 26, 2009 at County Q, Nashville. Engineers: PT Houston, JP Barker, and Rob Matson. Mixed by Rob Matson. Mastered by Mike Poston at Audio Services Group.

MUSICIANS
Paul Scholten - Drums/Percussion
Pat McGrath - Acoustic Guitar
Glen Duncan - Acoustic Guitar, Fiddle, Mandolin, Banjo, Bozouki
Jimmy Carter - Bass
Troy Lancaster - Electric Guitar
Mike Rojas - Piano, Synth
Byron Hill – Background Vocals

Lead vocals by Missouri Mile
Produced by Byron Hill

ORDER OF SONGS ON EP

1-ALL TALK (2:41)

Songwriters: Sheena Persons, Sheila Rochelle, and Byron Hill
Publishers & PRO: Quinnford Music (ASCAP), Little Memphis Music (BMI), Byron Hill Music (ASCAP)

"One of my favorites! We had so much fun writing this song. I love how this girl knows she is getting BS from this guy but is playing along. Its flirty and fun!"-Sheena

2-I WON'T BEG YOU TO LOVE ME (3:09)

Songwriters: Sheena Persons, Sheila Rochelle, and Byron Hill
Publishers & PRO: Quinnford Music (ASCAP), Little Memphis Music (BMI), Byron Hill Music (ASCAP)

"This is the very first song that we wrote with Byron. I remember sitting up with Sheena the night before our writing appointment. We were talking about the fact that we should probably walk in with the song idea since we were the newbies. We slipped into a discussion about a relationship we knew of where the woman was begging the man to get married. In that conversation I said "why would you beg someone to love you"? We both just looked at each other and said "that's it."-Sheila

3-THAT'S WHAT I DO (2:51)

Songwriters: Sheena Persons, Sheila Rochelle, and Byron Hill
Publishers & PRO: Quinnford Music (ASCAP), Little Memphis Music (BMI), Byron Hill Music (ASCAP)

"When we wrote this song it really became a favorite for me. Its about commitment and only loving one person. It's sweet and endearing. I always tell my husband and kids I love you " That's What I do."-Sheena

4-I'M LEARNING (4:14)

Songwriters: Sheena Persons, Sheila Rochelle, and Byron Hill
Publishers & PRO: Quinnford Music (ASCAP), Little Memphis Music (BMI), Byron Hill Music (ASCAP)

"This song will always be a personal fav for me. I grew up on Patsy Cline and this song has that throw back, real country feel to it."-Sheila

5-IT'S TOO LATE NOW (2:55)

Songwriters: Sheena Persons, Sheila Rochelle, and Byron Hill
Publishers & PRO: Quinnford Music (ASCAP), Little Memphis Music (BMI), Byron Hill Music (ASCAP)

"This song was so much fun to write! This girl is not looking for love but cant help herself when she meets this boy. "It was too late when I looked in your eyes" she knows she doesn't have the willpower to say no! We had some good laughs and alot of fun writing this song. It became such a catchy and playful melody."-Sheena

6-I AM A SONG (3:09)

Songwriters: Sheena Persons, and Sheila Rochelle
Publishers & PRO: Quinnford Music (ASCAP), Little Memphis Music (BMI), Byron Hill Music (ASCAP)

"I'll never forget the day we walked into this writing appointment. Byron had this song idea and had a good bit of the chorus written when we arrived. We fell in love with the melody, the idea, the words just came so easily. Sheena actually tattoo'd this title on her wrist because it meant so much to her."-Sheila

7-A LITTLE CHANGE (3:14)

Songwriters: Sheena Persons and Sheila Rochelle
Publishers & PRO: Quinnford Music (ASCAP), Little Memphis Music (BMI), Byron Hill Music (ASCAP)

"This song was just born of boredom. Just that idea that something needs to change, you need something more out of life."-Sheila

All songs Copyright © 2010 by Publishers listed.
All recordings Copyright ℗ 2010 BHP Recordings

BIOGRAPHY
Sisters Sheena and Sheila found their love of music through the ever-present strum of their father's guitar throughout their childhood. His generous introduction to country classics from the stage of the local tavern made music magical and inspired the girls to pursue performing.

As young adults, Sheena and Sheila relocated from rural Missouri to Nashville. First Sheila made the move, connecting with a select group of music row executives. Encouragement from this group of experts solidified Sheila's belief that she had the talent to launch her songwriting career. Sheena joined her older sister a few years later and together the girls formed Missouri Mile.

In 2008, the duo gained a lot of attention during an ASCAP workshop with their life- inspired lyrics and their unique, yet traditionally rooted sound. It was the beginning of great things for the soulful pair. In 2010, Missouri Mile debuted their first EP "That's What I Do" followed by their sophomore album "Exit 214" in 2013.

Missouri Mile has performed their road-tested, unforgettable music across Midwest and look forward to touring soon! Influenced by legends like George Strait, Lee Ann Womack, Alison Krauss and The Judds, the duo is a welcome chord in the Americana market.

News:
REVIEW - MISSOURI MILE That’s What I Do
by Jerry W. Henry, Musicmatters, Planet Weekly, Tuscaloosa, AL
"They call themselves Missouri Mile and their release is 'That's What I Do' which is country harmony at it's best. Every song is well crafted with “I Am A Song” an outstanding standout. A country harmony must-have."

REVIEW - MISSOURI MILE That’s What I Do
by Nashville Music Guide
"With the release of the their new album That’s What I Do, Sisters Shelia and Sheena Orf prove they have what it takes to be the next big duo in country music. Along with producer Byron Hill, they have written a great collection of songs that showcases the duo’s amazing sibling harmonies over a really impressive arrangement of great sounding country music. It’s difficult to pick favorites on this one but I really like the first track “All Talk” because it’s a catchy “tell it like it is” tune that gets your foot stomping from the first beat and I’ll bet that you’ll be singing along before it ends. I also recommend the slow tempo track “I Am A Song”. It’s a great metaphorical song with a beautiful melody that is once again punctuated by the duo’s angelic harmonies. Five Stars."

REVIEW - MISSOURI MILE That’s What I Do
by Kerry R. McCarver, I-24 Echange
"A new sister-duo is hitting country music with a strong Pleasant View connection.... The sisters are getting the attention and favorable reviews from some of the most renowned music critics including Robert Oermann... The debut CD of Missouri Mile cover art is a photo of the sisters who found an old bathtub as a great backdrop for the photo shoot."

REVIEW - MISSOURI MILE That’s What I Do
by Robert K. Oermann, Music Row Magazine
"The title tune to this sister duo’s debut EP is a gentle, brightly sparkling little ditty with a delightfully delicate tone. Sunny, simple and ear-catchingly charming."
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  • Members:
    Sheena and Sheila
  • Sounds Like:
    Kelly Willis meets Kasey Musgraves
  • Influences:
    Lee Ann Womack, Alison Krauss, The Judds
  • AirPlay Direct Member Since:
    05/30/18
  • Profile Last Updated:
    02/12/19 22:54:20
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