Claudette Miller

Claudette Miller

BandBluesR&B

A Classic blend of Chicago blues with a little touch of jazz sweet and sultry with plenty of passion and intensity

Biography

Chicago has been long known to produce a bevy of Blues artist who hold fast to the Blues Industry, constantly regenerating new talent from Buddy Guy, Otis Rush and Ms. KoKo Taylor to Little Milton you can pop into a blues club, and catch one of your favorite artist hosting, and serving up some blues, on a blue plate. it is then, when you get to experience the new talent that has begun to sit in and wail their sad stories to the captive audiences.

Claudette Miller is one of those figures. Raised in the sixties, singing do-woops on the corner, and praising God on Sunday's in the church choir, Claudette began to color her voice and her experience's that came from the times she was raised in, bittersweet stories that became "the Blues". She received her first opportunity to portray her talent on the stage with the late "Albert King". Claudette Miller holds her audience with a gutsy and gritty sound that spoils innocent ideas of happy love. As you walk through the trails and pathways of her sometimes amusing stories, you casually become entertained like reading a good book. Her ability to keep the audience focused, speaks well to her tenure studying under the earlier mentioned blues greats.

It has always been Claudette's dream to sing "the Blues"; although she has sung, and has included jazz pieces in her repertoire like the great Diana Washington, Nancy Wilson, she pulls out all the punches, allowing her gifted sounds to weave the story, and her phrasing to praise the hook's that locks you into the finish.

Here lately you can find her holding court with "The Tenry Johns Review recently opening up for such greats as Ronnie Baker Brooks in 2006. Realizing that she is uniquely blessed to be performing on stages with artist who have won their star on the walk of fame; Claudette Miller continues to prepare herself for her growing success. With an upcoming release of her first Debut CD, "All In Time" it is inevitable that her infectious style and talent will reach a greater audience.

Bob Murphy is a one man band all by him-self working as music director and teacher/producer his style is truly breathe taking. He has played with such greats as Staple Singer, Buddy Guy just to name a few has just released his first debut CD "LIFE". Albert Anderson real estate broker by day and a guitar guru at night plays blues with that jazz flavor and smoothness that comes from years of improvising. Tenry Johns the king kong rocker has just released his third CD and the bass man has a unique stlye of rocking soul music that will make you pat your feet and want to get up and dance

Discography

All In Time
Track 1 Pillow Full of Tears
Track 2 Big Fat Daddy
Track 3 Aint No Sunchine
Track 6 You're Leaving Me

Set List

Some times there are 3 sets each 45 min long. yes we do cover songs. we start out with some good rockin blues then mellow it on down to some old school music then throw in some BB King, Muddy Waters, James Brown, Etta James, Stevie Ray, KOKO Taylor, just to name a few