Miller and The Other Sinners with Special Guest Cinnamon Jones

Sunday, July 14
3:20 pm - 5:00 pm
The Ide Family of Dealerships Main Stage
Americana, Southern Soul

Miller and the Other Sinners

Raised on gospel and radio, as a singer/songwriter/guitarist, David Michael Miller blends the angst of blues, attitude of rock, stirring of 70’s funk & soul, and the storytelling of country into a gumbo he calls “southern soul” and presents it with his band, Miller and The Other Sinners. Imagine Chris Stapleton hanging with Bill Withers, ZZ Top, and Tower of Power and you’ve got the sound.

Since 2015, Miller has been playing solo, solo/duo and up to 10-piece band shows across 26 states, 2 countries, 300,000+ miles of road and over 1300 shows. With and without his “Sinners”, Miller has opened for such talent as The Steve Miller Band, Joe Bonamassa, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Gary Clark Jr, Kingfish and Eric Gales, and shared festival stages with Gov’t Mule, Mavis Staples, Jon Oates, The Revivalists, The Campbell Brothers and Anders Osborne. Miller and The Other Sinners has lit up festival stages such as Borderland, Muzikfest, Telluride Blues and Brews, Fairport Music Festival, Lilac Festival, Blues in the Bay, Silver City Blues Festival, NYS Blues Festival and many more. Along the way Miller has released two self-produced albums, “Poisons Sipped”, and “Same Soil” under his own name, reaching as high as #3 on the Roots Music Report. Miller and The Other Sinners also released a live EP, “3 Nights at the Strand” in 2017 and in June of 2020, their first studio EP, “Rise” on CD, Vinyl and Digital. They recently released their 1st full length band album entitled “Thieves in the Breadline” and are promoting it nationally.

As a music ambassador for Three Chord Bourbon, founded by multi-Grammy winning producer/musician/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Neil Giraldo, Miller is reaching new markets and festivals while collaborating with Neil musically and in representing Three Chord. Special guest, Cinnamon “Dynamite” Jones will appear for this performance.