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David "Harmonica" Miller David "Harmonica" Miller

David Miller is a multiple genre Harmonicist, Vocalist, Guitarist, Teacher, Promoter, President of Jazz Unlimited MKE, and Owner. Dave Miller teaches beginning to advanced harmonica, beginning voice, and basic blues guitar. David was introduced to the harmonica back in 1972 by his late father at the age of eleven years old. Dave's dad was his mentor, but his other influences also include: Charlie Musselwhite, James Cotton, Billy Branch, Little Walter, Big Walter Horton, Sonny Boy Williamson, Junior Wells, to name just a few. David Miller has appeared throughout the Midwest. Some of the venues included the Wisconsin State Fair, Summerfest, Sherman Fest, as well as various Chicago clubs. Miller has played with Billy Branch, the legendary Aaron Moore, Willie Kent, Billy Flynn, Aron Burton, and Johnny Rawls. Wherever David performs, he is sure to please his audience with his expertise as a professional musician. David Miller Live Music Booking Agency can fulfill any venue with virtually any genre. Dave Miller also works with the legendary Tom Radai in booking other venues. For inquiries or bookings; Email Me: [email protected], Call Me:(414)375-9895, or View Me: https://DavidMiller.us!


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