Rusty Miller Music

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  • Rusty Miller Music

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Rusty Miller, born in Austin, Texas, Raised in California, and polished in Nashville Tn. for 23 years. To the delight of all his fans Rusty has been playing his style of music that he calls “Folk N Blues” every week here in Siskiyou County for nearly three years. Many of those fans think they know Rusty’s style but unless you follow him everywhere you could be missing some great music.

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Rusty Miller, born in Austin, Texas, Raised in California, and polished in Nashville Tn. for 23 years. To the delight of all his fans Rusty has been playing his style of music that he calls “Folk N Blues” every week here in Siskiyou County for nearly three years. Many of those fans think they know Rusty’s style but unless you follow him everywhere you could be missing some great music.

The organic acoustic sound coming from Rusty and his many friends slides easily from Folk to Jazz to Rock and Blues sometimes stringing three or four songs together in the style of one of his main influences, Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead. You'll hear plenty of Rusty's originals along with maybe some Stones, Eagles or Beatles in one set and then Dylan, Dead, Cockburn or Young in the next. If you hear Rusty play in a restaurant the sound will be soft and warm, if you see him play at a bar the sound will be more edgy with a solid delivery.

By far the best way to enjoy the sound of Rusty Miller and friends is outdoors and we will be bringing you some shows from Siskiyou County's beautiful, peaceful setting.

Rusty is working up some great shows with Grateful Dead influences in honor of the Dead’s 50th anniversary this year. You are sure to hear some of Rusty’s original songs along with Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Sugarcane Jane, B.B. King and many others.

Rusty has brought in his closest friends for his shows featuring “Mean” Farmer on harmonica and Warren Dressler on percussion.

Mean Farmer has been playing with Rusty since his return from Nashville and rare is the show without the two playing together. Mean's harmonica accompanies Rusty's sound perfectly and glues it all together.

Warren and Rusty were two of the original members of the Lucky Duck Blues Band. Rusty has said many times that after 23 years in Nashville he had to come home to find a truly great drummer!

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