Steve Miller Band is coming to Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood on Sunday, July 3 at 7 p.m.
Tickets go on sale Friday, May 27 at 10 a.m. ET and start at $60. Fans can access venue presale on Thursday, May 26 at 10 a.m. through SeminoleHard Rock Hollywood’s Facebook and Twitter pages. Tickets are available at www.myhrl.com. Doors open one hour prior to show time. Additional fees may apply.
Guitarist, multi-platinum-selling singer-songwriter, bandleader, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, and Songwriters Hall of Fame electee Steve Miller is beyond excited to finally get back on the road. Putting his pandemic time to great use, Miller dug deep into his archives and found an unreleased, full-length concert recording and released it. “Steve Miller Band Live! Breaking Ground: August 3, 1977” came out in spring 2021 and was accompanied by a live concert video featuring the full performance that is available to stream on The Coda Collection on Amazon
Miller was a mainstay of the San Francisco music scene that upended American culture in the late 1960s. With albums like “Children of the Future,” “Sailor” and “Brave New World,” Miller perfected a psychedelic blues sound that drew on the deepest sources of American roots music and simultaneously articulated a compelling vision of what music, and society, could be in the years to come.
In the 1970s, Miller crafted a brand of rock ‘n’ roll music that was polished, exciting and irresistible, and that has dominated radio through today. Hit followed hit in an endless flow: “The
Joker,” “Livin’ in the USA,” “Take the Money and Run,” “Rock’n Me,” “Fly Like an Eagle,” “Jet Airliner,” “Jungle Love,” and “Abracadabra” among them.
The Steve Miller Band has played to more than 20 million people in the last 20 years. In addition to touring with his band, Miller is also contributing his time to serving on the visiting committee of the Department of Musical Instruments of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and as a board member of Jazz at Lincoln Center, where he curates and hosts shows at both institutions celebrating blues, jazz, and early American music.