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Miller Hilario Luwoye

Miller Luwoye is known to possess the ability to play a multiple number of different styles with the appropriate descipline and musicality. It was once said that if you put Jazz, Classical, Gospel, Folk Music, Afro-Cuban, Hip Hop, African Music, Thomey Dorsey, Buddy Rich, Art Blakey, Mahalia Jackson, Ebenezer Obey, Will Kennedy, Coltrane, Joe Zawinul, Horacio El Negro Hernandez, Paco De Lucia and the Grace of God in a blender the result you would get is Miller.

What began as hitting the drums after church service from the age of 4 flourished into what Miller Luwoye was called to do... playing drums with divine enablement (Grace)...

After high school, Miller proceeded to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where he did his grades in Jazz Drumming and a few years later he got a scholarship to study in the University where he earned a B.A (Hons) degree in Jazz Studies majoring performance.

By divine opportunity he has worked with great musicians such as Jonathan Butler, Kim Burrell, Femi Temowo, Niki illes and many more. Miller is currently working with a Native Jazz/Rap Group called The Origin. Origin music is often depicts by elements of Jazz, Gospel, Rap, Neo Soul, Poetry, African Music, and Smooth Jazz. .” .


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