The Jeremy Miller Band
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The Jeremy Miller Band


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Live Album - JMB - Release date 10/07



Jeremy Miller, born and raised in Austin Texas, has been playing music since the age of 13. Jeremy has performed in various bands over the years including rock and roll and heavy metal ensembles. In college he shifted his taste away from heavier influences and began leaning towards Texas Country. A member of Highway 79 in his college years, Jeremy refers to this musical period as a stepping stone to what would become The Jeremy Miller Band. 95% of the songs JMB performs are 100% original.

Sonny Bihl claims to have been raised all over the great state of Texas. Blessed with musically inclined family, he learned guitar from an uncle before the age of 10. By high school he had decided to dedicate himself to the guitar. Sonny has played in several bands over the years, most notably Six Easy Pieces. Being raised in the hill country made him a perfect candidate for Texas country music. Sonny longs for the open road, a touring season and playing great music with good friends.

Seth Tobin came from Belton Texas before settling down in Austin. Seth had a deep interest in the bass during high school that stayed with him over the years. He has been in several bands including The Vo/Sots in which he played bass and also sang. Influenced by heavy metal and classic rock Seth bends the traditional chords of a Texas country song into something progressive and inspiring. He looks forward to diving further into country music to see how far he can take it.

Neil Watkins was born and raised in Houston Texas. In the late 90’s, Neil moved just down the street from Austin to Smithville. Being a typical small town with minimal to do, Neil needed something to entertain his idle hands. While studying music and pursuit of an appropriate instrument he stumbled upon the drums and found his niche. He’s been playing drums ever since and has entertained many through several bands, but claims to have never felt the satisfaction he does now being nestled into Texas country music.