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Steve Miller Band members speak of their time and experiences in the band. Steve Miller on lead vocals and guitars, Kenny Lee Lewis on bass, Gordy Knudtson on drums, Joseph Wooten on keyboards and Jacob Petersen on rhythm guitar.

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All-Star Les Paul Celebration by the "Magnificent 7"

To commemorate the legendary Les Paul on his 100th birthday this year, the best of the best gathered at the Hard Rock Cafe in NYC to put on a stellar performance for the ages! The line up: Steve Vai, Steve Miller, Joe Bonamassa, Johnny A, Joe Satriani, Neal Schon and Warren Haynes. Also present but not pictured: G.E. Smith, Lou Pallo, the Les Paul Trio and many more

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Steve Miller Celebrates Rock&Roll Hall Of Fame Induction

(NEW YORK, NY) Steve Miller has been voted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.  The multifaceted songwriter, singer, guitarist, producer will be inducted after being nominated for the first time this year. Miller will join fellow inductees at the 2016 induction ceremony, scheduled for April 8th, 2016.

When notified of his selection, Miller stated:

“From the Space Cowboy, the Joker, Maurice and the Gangster of Luv and everybody who has played with us through the years, thank you to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and to all the fans  who voted for us.” Full Press Release
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Steve Miller on Charlie Rose Show

If you missed Steve Miller on the Charlie Rose Show PBS nationwide, you can still watch now on charlierose.com.

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Steve performs "Gangster Of Love" in the Charlie Rose studio

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Flashback: Meeting Rock And Roll Legend Steve Miller in 1986

By David Woo - Dallas Morning News. I grew up in Port Arthur, Texas, home of Janis Joplin, and I recall the sounds of the Steve Miller Band blasting in my Volkswagen in the early 70’s. In 1986 I was assigned to photograph Steve at Capitol Records in Dallas for the paper. As soon as we met, Steve made me feel like we had been friends for a long time. We discussed where I should take his portrait and we decided he would wear his signature sunglasses and lean against a white wall wearing his leather jacket and holding one of his guitars.

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Steve Miller Says that After "a Great, Great Year," His Band Is "Putting Together a Whole New Show"

Steve Miller capped off what he describes as “a great, great year” by getting the exciting news that he will be among the artists inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this April. In addition to the honor, Miller says he’s looking forward to doing plenty more touring with his band in 2016, and he tells ABC Radio that he’s planning to revamp his concerts for the New Year.

“We’re working on putting together a whole new show,” he reveals. “We had a great, great year. This last year we did 71 cities, and we just got on a roll and every show was just better than the last one. And when that happens, that’s really special.”

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Steve Miller 'Stunned' About Being Inducted Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame'

(Billboard 12-17-15) Steve Miller was caught by surprise by the news that he'll be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2016.

"I'm stunned by the news and baffled at how it works and had given up thinking about it, so it was a very pleasant surprise," Miller, who's getting into the Rock Hall after his first time on the ballot, tells Billboard. "It was a surprise, but I'm glad they took their time with it and got it right."

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Steve Miller on Rock Hall Induction: 'It's taken a long, long time'

(ROLLING STONE 12-17-15) "Now that I'm, in nobody will have anything to complain about," says the Space Cowboy

There have been 25 members of the Steve Miller Band during the past five decades, but next April, the Space Cowboy will stand at the podium all by himself at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. "I think that's probably the right choice," he says. "Right before I moved out to San Francisco, I played in Buddy Guy's band. One night, he said to me, 'Listen, man, when you get out there, call it the Steve Miller Band. You're going to go through lots and lots of musicians, and you don't want everyone to get all upset when you fire your bass player.' It turned out to be really good advice."

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Steve Miller nominated for Songwriters Hall Of Fame

New York, NY – October 6, 2015 - The Songwriters Hall of Fame has announced its slate of nominees to be elected for induction at its Annual Induction & Awards Gala on June 9, 2016, in New York City.

The Songwriters Hall of Fame is dedicated to recognizing the work and lives of those composers and lyricists who create music around the world. Eligible voting members will have until December 11, 2015 to turn in ballots with their choices of three nominees from a non-performing category, two from a performing category and one from a deceased category.

For information with which to join or renew as a voting member before November 2 in order to participate in this election, please go to songhall.org/join

Bios and photos of the 2016 nominees can be found on the songhall.org website, and the nominees are:

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Billy Joel Brings Out Steve Miller & John Mayer, Plays 'Meet the Mets' at MSG

Billboard - Billy Joel’s monthly residency at New York City’s Madison Square Garden boasted a few extra surprises on Wednesday night (Oct. 21) when the “Gangster of Love” Steve Miller and guitarist John Mayer showed up for guest spots. - Click here for more

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Steve & Jimmie Vaughan photos from Austin

After jamming with Jimmie Vaughan at the Verizon in Dallas Ft. Worth, Steve Miller moved on to Austin where he, Jimmie and singer Lou Ann Barton spent more time hanging out and playing music together. Here are a few photos from pre show, sound check and show time at Wagner Noel PAC.Photo Gallery Link

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Dallas - Ft Worth.Steve Miller is such a staple of classic rock radio it's easy to forget that deep down, he's also a Texas bluesman. Monday night at Verizon Theatre, he dug back into his roots with a vengeance and a strong assist from Dallas blues master Jimmie Vaughan. Link to review



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