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NEW Live Album: The Steve Miller Band has marked the 40th anniversary of its iconic album, "The Joker", with the digital release of "The Joker Live". The new album - which features exclusive, unreleased tracks - was recorded on the road last year and was issued in sync with the start of a North American tour with Journey, which kicked off in Chula Vista, California.

"When several friends and colleagues reminded me that it was the 40th birthday of The Joker album, I smiled," said Miller, "and started playing the whole album's songs live again - and at the end of the last tour realized we had a great new record that we wanted to share with our fans. We hope you like it as much as we did playing and recording it.

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San Francisco Fest with Steve Miller Band and Journey

Steve Miller Band and co headliner Journey to finish off a seven date series of Spring 2015 concerts at the Austin 360 Amphitheater in Austin, Texas on March 29th.

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Martin Guitar The Joker Rocks the Majestic

San Antonio - On Sunday, the Joker brought a lot of joy — while rocking hard and even diverging from the set list to play some blues and soul music. Miller was in excellent voice, one which can shift from pop to bluesy drawl, and played some incredible solos on his electric guitar.
Much of the night, he played a Fender Stratocaster electric guitar. The clean, full chords of some of his songs, played on his Stratocaster, pointed like a straight line right back to the West Texas rock ‘n’ roll of Buddy Holly. For example, “Take the Money and Run.”
“Sugar Babe,” the first cut from the 1973 album “The Joker,” remains the template for many of his later hits -– a driving electric guitar and eighth-note bass line and a high harmony above Miller’s voice. Screams were predictably loudest for “The Joker.” Last year, was the song’s 40th anniversary. “Well, are you ready?” Miller teased before starting the song. Fans in the balcony went crazy. The cheers at the end of the show for the Steve Miller Band were as loud as any concert there in recent memory. Yes, nostalgia is at play. But it’s not the only thing. What can be measured is this: Miller, 71, is still delivering at a high, high level. And a packed house loved it. review by Hector Saldana

Martin Guitar Steve Miller hits mark at Seneca Niagra

It was a jam-packed house at the Seneca Niagara Event Center Nov. 21 when the Steve Miller Band took the stage. There was no opening band, and Steve and his bandmates came out onto the stage ready to entertain the audience for a solid two hours of flawless music. Link to review

Martin Guitar Steve Miller Band Rocks WFCU Center

Windsor, Ontario- Nov. 2014: Review by Tim Cornett.

Some people call him the Space Cowboy. Some call him the Gangster of Love. Some people call him Maurice……call him what you want - I call him one of the greatest guitarists in rock. Steve “Guitar” Miller rode into town Tuesday night and left a very appreciate crowd at Windsor’s WFCU Centre wanting more. He led his band through a set list of hit after hit - opening with Jungle Love, Take The Money And Run, and Abracadabra. From then it was a trip through one of rock’s greatest catalogues. For over ninety minutes, Miller hit them all. About halfway through the show, the Space Cowboy wowed the audience with five solo acoustic songs, picking away and singing like the seventies were yesterday. He sounded that good.

Listening to songs The Stake, Serenade, True Fine Love, Dance Dance Dance, and everything else leading up to the encore made one realize that Steve Miller has left more than an imprint on rock and roll. The encore? An incredible version of his 1976 hit Fly Like An Eagle.

Thanks Mr. Miller, come back soon. Because nobody loves you like the way we

 
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