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Marcus Miller

Jun 11
Miner Auditorium
MonJun 11
7:30 PM

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Among the greatest electric bassists in the history of the instrument, Marcus Miller is a jazz renaissance man – a two-time GRAMMY-winning producer, arranger, keyboardist, bass clarinetist, and film composer who was instrumental to Miles Davis’ resurgence in the 1980s and a collaborator with everyone from Dizzy Gillespie and McCoy Tyner to Paul Simon and Frank Sinatra.

A wildly prolific studio musician, Miller and his distinctive bass virtuosity have been heard on hundreds of sessions for a dizzying array of major artists, and as a bandleader, the Brooklyn native has found time to release 19 albums, including his GRAMMY-nominated 2015 Blue Note release, Afrodeezia. His soundtrack work spans decades, from 90s comedies including House Party, Eddie Murphy’s Boomerang, and Keenan Ivory Wayans’ A Low Down Dirty Shame to the Chris Rock television series Everybody Hates Chris and 2014’s About Last Night. In 2012, Miller was named a UNESCO Artist for Peace, working to promote their Slave Route Project that contributes to a better understanding of the causes and consequences of the global slave trade. Miller returns following his guest appearances with Herbie Hancock’s band during Season 2.

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A wildly prolific studio musician, Miller and his distinctive bass virtuosity have been heard on hundreds of sessions.

Few musicians today are as versatile as Marcus Miller: bassist, keyboardist, bass clarinetist, film composer, producer and more.

NPR

Few musicians today are as versatile as Marcus Miller: bassist, keyboardist, bass clarinetist, film composer, producer and more.

NPR

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