The JiMiller Band

The JiMiller Band is a four member band that plays some of the best new music in the Midwest, with Jim's resonating vocals and jazz-infused lead guitar, Brett Miller on bass, Steve "Nev" Scheff on keyboards and Brian "Bagel" Golenberg on drums. With a style as varied as their influences, JiMiller blends together blues, country, cajun, old rock 'n' roll, jazz and bluegrass into a musical Americana that is both fresh and timeless in their everlasting sets. However, the band is best known for its freeform improvisation rock that was made famous by The Grateful Dead and Allman Brothers. They’ve played the 1994 H.O.R.D.E. Festival, the 1996 Further Festival, and opened for such acts as PHISH, The Kinks, Hot Tuna, Santana, Richard Thompson, Robert Hunter and members of the Grateful Dead just to name a few. They’ve also had the privilege of sharing the stage and jamming with Blues Traveler, Sheryl Crow, The Allman Brothers, and the legendary John Cipollina of Quicksilver Messenger Service. The JiMiller Band played the 10,000 Lakes Festival in 2004 with String Cheese Incident, and Galactic. They opened for Bruce Hornsby, and during the summer 2005 & 2006 they opened for Little Feat at Cleveland's House of Blues. They also opened for Rusted Root on Memorial Day weekend 2007, at Tower City Amphitheatre and again to a sold out crowd on NYE 2007 @ House of Blues, Cleveland.

















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