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Steve Miller Talks Back

April 28, 2018

From an Interview from the New Orleans and Jazz and Heritage Festival with John Swenson  Steve Miller Band: Sunday, May 6 – Gentilly Stage, 5:20 P.M. You might think you know Steve Miller from the hits—“Fly Like an Eagle,” “Abracadabra,” “The Joker,” “Take the Money and Run,” etc.—but there’s a lot more to this singer-songwriter […]

20 Songs Every Texan Should Know

January 29, 2018

Number 13…”Macho City” by the Steve Miller Band. Steve Miller Band is best known for its ’70s hits, but this out-of-character B-side to chart topper “Abracadabra” taps right into the roots of Texas psychedelia. Check out the list at the Dallas Observer. See article and list

Classic Rock Friday with Peter Frampton and Steve Miller

July 14, 2017

Hollywood, Florida – Hard Rock. The arena was PACKED! Both of these influential guitarists put on quite a show for their fans; even playing on 2 songs together during SMB’s set (“Mercury Blues” and “Stranger Blues”-both showcases for their blues chops, which were quite impressive!).  Miller noted that the two had first become friends back […]

Capitol Announces Major Pact with Blues-Rock Titan Steve Miller

June 28, 2017

Capitol Records has announced a new pact with one of the most successful, acclaimed frontmen and guitarists in rock history. Steve Miller will bring his entire catalogue of recorded music back to the label where he spent a large part of his recording career, starting with the Steve Miller Band’s 1968 debut album Children of […]

2017 Summer Tour with Peter Frampton now on the road

June 15, 2017

(NEW YORK, NY) Coming off an extraordinary 63 shows in 2016, Rock n’ Roll Hall of Famer Steve Miller is excited to announce his 2017 summer tour campaign. Steve and his band look forward to delving into their deep catalogue of hits from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. The tour kicks off in the metro […]

Why Steve Miller Thinks T-Bone Walker Is King Of The Electric Guitar

December 16, 2016

It’s all about the changeover from country blues to city blues. This is the line where it changes. T-Bone was one of the very first guys who played electric guitar. He and Charlie Christian were pals and they played together. It’s famous that Charlie helped popularize single-string playing and became well known playing with Benny […]