Come out to the Gage Mansion for Huntingdon's May Art Walk on Thursday, May 17 to catch some local tunes!
When the chap who does booking for Great Burn was checking out my website, which is linked with my farm site, he happened to see a picture of a family friend! Turns out he's originally from Huntingdon! Small world, indeed. Seems like a good match--come support local brews and a traveling musician on Saturday, Jan. 20th at the Great Burn Brewing Company in Missoula, MT!
On Friday Nov. 3rd, I will have the pleasure of playing with an amazing Jazz/Blues/Polyrhythmic improv band from Ohio. I met these guys last year at the Will's Mountain Festival, and they graciously invited me up on stage to perform with them. What transpired was magic, and this summer I had the pleasure again of sitting in with them at their hometown spot. Here the favor is returned, as I have invited them to our favorite place for brews, tunes, and good food: Boxer's Cafe. Expect a captivating show that will never be played again--every show is different and unplanned. Drumplay is celebrating 25 years of making music, so don't miss these masters of improvisation!
Drumplay consists of J. Scott Franklin (trumpet, flugelhorn, lead vocals), George Lee (acoustic bass, whistling, vocals), James Onysko (djembe, bongos, bells, conch shells), and John Stebal (drum kit). Drumplay music will be featured in a soon-to-be-released film starring Lindsay Lohan called The Shadow Within.
Gabe and I return for our 6th year at Peace of Mind Fest with a late-night spot on Saturday. We were made for the wee hours, as we shine our brightest in the dark--don't miss a blistering-yet-hypnotic performance at one of our absolute favorite festivals. More info to come as the date approaches!
I met these guys last year at the Will's Mountain Festival, and they graciously asked me to sit in. What ensued was beautiful improvisation, as the accomplished members of Drumplay made me feel right at home. This Saturday I will be joining them at the Sandy Chanty in Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio. Come join if you're in the area!
The Circle in Hanover has consistently been one of our favorite shows to play. Some pub shows make a performer feel like you're just background music, but not here. People are there for the music...and the wicked beer selection. We've become friends with much of the Circle crew, so it's a reunion every time we play there. Looking forward to it!
Come out to the Gage Mansion for Huntingdon's July Art Walk to catch some local tunes!
It's The Nick Miller Project night at the Concerts on the Quad. Huntingdon's own Nick Miller will bring his musical talent as the Huntingdon County Arts Council and Juniata College once again are bringing music to the community with our Concerts on the Quad music series.
Bring your lawn chairs, your blankets, picnic supplies and your friends and family to the Juniata College quad, in front of the Halbrittter Center for the Performing Arts.
These outdoor concerts are free, but donations appreciated.
Come check out some artwork from Andrea Darby and enjoy live music live music from Nick Miller! Andrea's artwork will be on display all day Friday through the entire month of July. She will be hanging out Friday evening to answer questions and chat about her art. Live music by Nick Miller will start at 7:00pm. See you there!
Join us Saturday, June 10th for our Peace of Mind Fest promo show at the Chameleon Club in Lancaster, PA!
People's Blues of Richmond
Moxie & Rebel
The Nick Miller Project ft. Gabe Green
Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 day of show
Tickets to Peace of Mind 2017! will be available for purchase at a discounted price for the duration of the show. Limit of 2 tickets per person.
Our hometown favorite pub to go grab dinner and a beer and listen to music at. Kinda like an anti-establishment Cheers, where everyone knows your name and you can bitch openly about Trump and his misfits and not have to worry about getting your face pounded in by some asshole. Yes, we love the Box.
Come out for a pre-St. Patty's day pizza fest at our favorite farm-to-table restaurant! Mandisa cooks up a mean wood-fired pizza, but there's more to her cuisine than just that; she's got all kinds of treats, kombucha, and a wicked menu. And when I say farm-to-table, I mean that they run the farm and provide the tables :) Come support local food/business/music!
I'll be playing a solo show from 10-11 PM on Thursday, January 5th at The Laughing Goat, located at 1709 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO 80302. Also on the bill is Joshua Vanachorn (https://www.facebook.com/joshuavanachorn), playing from 8-9 and Bryce Merritt (www.brycemerritt.com), playing from 9-10. The Laughing Goat comes highly recommended by my friends in the area; come support and enjoy!
We'll be back at POM for the fourth year in a row. There's a reason why we keep coming back: we love this festival--the bands, the people, the location, and the promoters. We're playing on Frida afternoon, so get there early to catch our show, but be sure to stay the weekend. Consider the Source is all I have to say about that.
We're back for our third year at one of our favorite festivals of the summer! If you haven't been to Wills, you've got to check it out! We love it for several reasons, but most of all because the people in attendance are truly there for the music and community--you won't see any of the riff raff that attend other grungy festivals on the east coast. Wills is the best!
This is a great local event! Gabe and I will be back for our second year here; there's loads of diverse music for those who are not country fans. When you pre-order tickets enter the code Miller16--that's how we get paid! :) Support your local musicians! This year there will be the option of camping out in this beautiful location--stay for music on Sunday as well!
Gabe and I will make our debut at the Twisted Trout, Bedford's primo martini bar and restaurant. And it will be on George Lucas' birthday, so you better come dressed in Star Wars garb--no Boba Fett though, please (just kidding!) Wear whatever the hail you want. Just make sure you bring some dancing shoes.
We're back at Jibberjazz Production's Meeting of the Minds! We'll be playing at various times throughout the weekend, including a 12-1:30 PM slot on the Main Stage on Saturday, Sept. 27th.
Year number 4 for Peace of Mind Fest brings loads of great music at the same wonderful location!
We'll be at Will's Mountain Music Festival just south of Bedford this year!
We'll be performing in City Park for DuBois' annual Community Days celebration. Come enjoy local crafts, food, and music!
We'll be opening up for one of our favorite bands, Consider the Source, at the Venue of Merging Arts (V.O.M.A) on Thursday, June 12th at 7:00!
“And that is how change happens. One gesture. One person. One moment at a time.”
Painter and Performance Artist Christine Walters will create a painting depicting Tati’s story to an original composition written and performed by The Nick Miller Project.
The story starts in the Soviet Union in the 1970's. A seven year old girl named Tati lives on outskirts of St. Petersburg in an empty flat. Without family, Christmas gifts or dinners, Tati is learning the nuances of life on her own. In search of her identity, Tati joins a group of black marketers and trades KGB paraphernalia with American tourists. Learning about the Wild West is thrilling but illegal in the Soviet Union. Mafia, undercover militia, jail are part of everyday hassles. Until....
The Nick Miller Project mixes the live looping, one-man-band talents of Nick Miller with the soulful, dynamic voice of the gorgeous Gabe Green. Nick records multiple instruments live to create a sonic tapestry that brings a smile to your ear and a jangle to your bones. Together, Nick and Gabe play with styles ranging from blues, funk, jazz, hip-hop, and reggae to folk, bluegrass, and Indian classical. Instrumentation includes guitar, bass, sitar, drums, banjo, various percussion, and the use of a violin bow, so expect to be moved musically in many ways!
The evening is a benefit for Family & Youth Initiative, a local nonprofit organization that helps teens in foster care find adoptive families and make lifelong connections with caring adults. DCFYI is the only metro area organization that focuses solely on helping teens find families and thus prevent them from aging out of foster care.
For more information, visit: https://www.dcfyi.org/ChainReaction