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San Francisco Fest 2016
Steve Miller Band Rocks a full house at ATT Park San Francisco Fest 2016. Headliners included Journey, Santana, Steve Miller Band, The Doobie Brothers and Special Guest Tower Of Power.
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Steve Miller invites James Cotton and Jimmie Vaughan on stage midset for songs on July 26, 2016 at the Statesman Skyline Theater in Austin, Texas.. Photo: Austin 360
Steve and Howard Stern
The Howard Stern SiriusXM Radio Show returned from a little vacation with Steve Miller in the studio. More here
Steve Miller RRHOF April 8, 2016

Barclays Center - Brooklyn NY April 8, 2016

The Black Keys introduced the Steve Miller Band, and frontman Dan Auerbach laid out why the rock radio staples remain so important. The band’s run from 1974 to 1977 was “so prolific that it demanded its own greatest hits the very next year — one that has sold a staggering 13 million copies, more than classic albums like Abbey Road,” he said. And Miller brought the hits for his performance, with prog shredding on “Fly Like an Eagle,” tight groove on “Rock’n Me,” and laid-back affability on “The Joker.”

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photo: April 8, 2016 NY. Steve Miller and Dr. Dre from NWA at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony where they were both inducted.
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Photo: Courtesy Jerome Brunet. Steve Miller Band Shoreline Amphitheater on tour with Journey and Tower of Power. Link to gallery here.
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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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Jazz at the Lincoln Center Rose theater Dec 9-10

A Bridge From Blues to Jazz

Steve Miller & Jimmie Vaughan: T-Bone Walker

Steve Miller returns to Jazz at Lincoln Center for an in depth look at T-Bone Walker. Considered the founding father of electric blues guitar, Walker changed the way blues was played with his unique and extraordinary solo electric guitar performances. As blues authority Pete Welding has noted, "The blues was different before T-Bone came onto the scene and it hasn’t been the same since…no one has contributed as much as long or as variously to the blues as T-Bone Walker.” Miller, having learned his first chords at age five from his godfather Les Paul, how to play lead guitar from T-Bone Walker at age nine, and then working with the best bluesmen in Chicago – Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Buddy Guy, Paul Butterfield, and James Cotton – has incorporated his affinity for the blues into all of his major recordings, and is now working closely with Jazz at Lincoln Center to explore and expand upon authentic blues styles. Joined by blues all-star Jimmie Vaughan, B-3 organist Mike Flanigin, rising star vocalist Brianna Thomas, pianist Shelly Berg, alto saxophonist/clarinetist Patrick Bartley, tenor saxophonist Craig Handy, baritone saxophonist Lauren Sevian, trumpeter Mike Rodriguez, bassist Yasushi Nakamura, and former Earth Wind & Fire drummer Sonny Emory, Miller has chosen music that takes audiences across the bridge from blues to jazz.


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Steve Miller Band brings the hits and the blues to the Skyline

Austin, Tx Skyline theater July 26, 2016 Review: Peter Blackstock

Blasting “Jungle Love,” “Take the Money and Run” and “Abracadabra” right out of the gate, the Steve Miller Band quickly reminded the Statesman Skyline Theater crowd that they were ubiquitous on FM radio from the early 1970s to the early ’80s.

He also still loves the blues, as was evident by the late add of “special guest James Cotton” to the bill for this concert. The Chicago harmonica legend was just one of two blues greats who joined in for a few midset songs, as it turned out. Austin guitar great Jimmie Vaughan also joined in.

“They say the blues had a baby and they named it rock ‘n’ roll,” Miller declared as Cotton and Vaughan came aboard a few songs into the show. “We’re going to show you how that happened.”

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Celebrating James Cotton's 80th Birthday.

Austin Texas July 2, 2016.

"A true american musician par excellent. James Cotton is a genius giant of the blues." remarked Steve Miller in the video you can view here.

Steve invited James Cotton to sit in for a few tunes on July 26, 2016 at the Statesman Skyline theater in Austin. See TOP STORY above.

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Otis Rush Day. June 12th.

Video coutesy Reelin' In The Years Productions, LLC.

June 12th is Otis Rush Day. Santana: "We all go to Otis Rush. Mention any guitarist, Steve Miller, Eric Clapton, Peter Green. We all go to Otis, because that sound that comes from his heart and his fingers on the guitar made all of us believe there was a place for us in the sun". Steve Miller: "I'm so delighted that June 12th is Otis Rush day in Chicago. When I was a kid in Chicago Otis befriended me. He was the first guy to invite me up on stage...

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Rooted In The Blues: The Steve Miller Band Live

Saturday, July 2nd, The Steve Miller Band rocked Ravinia Festival with special special guest legendary blues harmonica player Charlie Musselwhite.

Much more than a catalog of rock hits, Steve Miller's blues roots are prominent live on stage. At first brush we largely know Steve Miller for his classic rock mega hits. Some a bit more pop while others are front-n-center rockers. However, Miller has a much longer history first rooted in his youth playing Texas blues with Savoy Brown..

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Steve Miller opens his book of musical dreams at DTE

By Gary Graff, The Oakland Press.

INDEPENDENCE TOWNSHIP -- Steve Miller didn’t have to bring his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction trophy on stage with him Friday, June 24, to curry the respect or favor of the crowd at the DTE Energy Music Theatre..

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Steve Miller visits Cleveland School Of Rock

Thanks to #RockHall2016 inductee Steve Miller for visiting today and offering advice to young rockers from School Of Rock Cleveland.

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Steve Miller Band visits the Howard Stern show

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The Howard Stern SiriusXM Radio Show returned from a little vacation with the Steve Miller in the studio. Miller and Stern talked about his success, old acquaintances and Steve also performed a few of his hits live.

Stern welcomed Steve Miller to the show and revealed that Miller was there to promote their tour which begins on June 17. Stern also congratulated Miller of the recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction and that music has always been in Miller's blood from the time he was born.

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2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame profile: Steve Miller was destined to 'Fly Like an Eagle'

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Poor Steve Miller never had a chance.

Les Paul and his wife, Mary, were friends of Miller's parents, Bertha and Dr. George "Sonny'' Miller, and when the guitar legend and Mary wed, the Millers were best man and matron of honor.

"The way it worked was my mom came from a musical family, and my dad didn't --€“ he was a pathologist,'' said Class of 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Steve Miller in a call from his New York City home.

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