Benzuly, Sarah
August 2006
Mix;Aug2006, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p17
The article reports that Steve Miller, singer, songwriter and guitarist, will be honored with the Les Paul Award at the 22nd annual Technical Excellence and Creativity Awards at the Hilton San Francisco in California on October 7, 2006. Miller, who is the leader of the Steve Miller Band, used his blues and rock roots to transcend psychedelia and develop his own sound.


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