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Steve Miller on the Most Impulsive and Patient Music of His Career

November 5, 2022

Even when he’s singing about robbing castles or sinning, Steve Miller’s songs contain a sense of meticulous control. Maybe it’s due to the harmonies. Or how tight the guitars are. Or the groove. Or the musicality. Or … well, we could keep on hypothesizing, but the results are always the same: Miller has an uncanny sonic ability to honor the […]

Songwriters Hall of Fame

June 16, 2022

What a wonderful night! Thank you to the Songwriters Hall of Fame for this great honor and congratulations to all my fellow inductees.

RIP Jim Seals

June 7, 2022

RIP Jim Seals So long pal, thanks for all the beautiful music. – Steve

Marshall Fire Benefit Concert

February 28, 2022

Proud to be a part of the Marshall Fire Benefit. 100% of proceeds will support disaster survivors of the Marshall Fire, which broke out on Dec 31, 2021 and destroyed more than 1000 homes. You can see all the performances here. Please consider donating.

Steve Joins the Les Paul Advisory Council

February 24, 2022

Happy to announce that I’m now part of the Les Paul Advisory Council. Les was my friend, my god-father and an innovator who changed the face of music and I’m proud to be able to help the Les Paul Foundation continue his legacy. Check out the official Les Paul website for more information on this […]

Sam Lay

February 4, 2022

“To Sam Lay, a great Chicago Blues Drummer and member of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Fare Thee Well Sam, you were the backbone of one of the greatest Chicago Blues Bands, a true friend, a gentleman… and you made the world a better place.”

The importance of funding arts education

July 26, 2021

A great opinion piece by Jody Arnhold, Wynton Marsalis, Misty Copeland and Russell Ganet on the importance of funding arts education.  Read the full article here: