TONIGHT'S CONCERT BY MY BAND, PROJECT GRAND SLAM, AT THE TRIAD THEATER IS BEING STREAMED "LIVE" ON THE INTERNET STARTING AT 9:15PM ET! HERE'S THE LINK:
Project Grand Slam had two performances in September in NYC, at Somethin' Jazz Club and Toshi's Living Room. Here are pics from both.
Our fall performance schedule includes the following.
Oct. 25 (Sat) - Special Free Concert at the Triad Theater
Dec. 3 (Wed) - Showcase Performance at the Metropolitan Room
Jan. 15 (Thurs) - Lucille's at B.B. King's
More to come on all of these dates.
My CD “Twenty”, released in the spring, contains 16 of my favorite compositions that I wrote and recorded over a 20-year period as leader of both Project Grand Slam and The Robert Miller Group. The CD has gotten some great reviews!
And here's a free download of a "live" performance of "Catch You Later" by Project Grand Slam that was recorded in rehearsal on 7/1/14.
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All the best,
"Twenty": "Bassist, composer Robert Miller composed the music for Twenty over a 20-year period as leader of both Project Grand Slam and The Robert Miller Group. There are 16 of Miller's favorites including "Catch You Later", "Heat 2007" and "Cakewalk For Debra". This contemporary jazz seems to age gracefully and the reformed band is appearing at various New York clubs and igniting the flame with this retrospective collection that chronicles Miller's career." - O's Place Jazz Magazine
"‘Catch You Later’... with a handsome mid tempo groove, this brass-enriched charmer is a real winner!" - Smooth Jazz Therapy
"'TWENTY' is a fun-filled, retrospective romp with 16 original Robert Miller tunes, including the exciting, brassy single "Catch You Later." So good, you'll wish there were 20 tracks on TWENTY!" ~JONATHAN WIDRAN (SmoothJazz.com)
"'Twenty' is an excellent resume of twenty years of Robert Miller's musical career. He and his brilliant musical companions have co-created twenty years in jazz history and hopefully they will go on for the next twenty years!" - Michel's Notes
"'Twenty' is morning music. What do I mean? There is evening music – calming and relaxing. Miller’s music is quite the opposite. Insert the album Twenty into your music player on the way to work and, trust me, you will arrive to your place of work in a great mood, full of energy and capable of achieving anything!" - Jazz Quad
"Project Grand Slam is a spectacular mix of jazz, fusion and rock that combines melody, groove and great improvisation!" - Acid Jazz Magazine
Lastly, here's the link to an interview that I recently did with SmoothJazz.com: