Red Miller is a man of many musical talents -- keyboard player, singer, songwriter, guitarist, and producer. Red uses these talents to make original music based in the Americana style. You can hear Red's been influenced by the blues, as well as by American rock bands such as the Grateful Dead, the J. Geils Band, and Little Feat.
"I had the good fortune of knowing Lowell George, the leader of Little Feat" recalls Red. "When I turned 21, I moved to California, and started a band named Tombstone. Lowell took an interest and agreed to produce us. Unfortunately, before we could start, Lowell died while on tour. After that tragedy, I moved back East, and recorded my Out of the Blue album... Since then I've stayed friends with the members of Little Feat. They've been very kind and generous in helping me over the years."
On Red's latest solo release Long Time, you can hear jazz influencing Red's blues roots. With the Knights of Crisis, Red showed a harder edge. Working within the guitar-based classic rock format, Red wrote or co-wrote 8 of the 12 songs on the Knights of Crisis's' Knight Job and contributed to six songs on Disaster Days. Red performs throughout the Southeast with the Red Miller Band, and as keyboard player and guitarist for Rock and Roll Reunion. Red also plays keyboards with the Grateful Dead tribute band Saints of Circumstance.
When he's not performing or recording, Red works at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. If Red is not making music or working with a computer, he is probably out playing golf.