For information on Mark’s October 23rd Seattle appearance contact: JuneWylerPR@gmail.com 206.375.0012
Mark will soon announce the release date for “Music In The Air”
Jamieson Trotter, arrangements and piano; Mike Guerolla, bass; Kevin Winard, drums; Larry Koonse, guitar; Danny Janklow, sax. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Paul Tavener, Big City Recording Studios
In response to recent challenges in the music community, The Los Angeles Jazz Society has launched a series of live streams featuring up and coming, established and legendary artists.
I’m pleased to be hosting, along with others, and moderating post concert question and answer sessions. Performances are streamed via Zoom, also Facebook Live, and archived on the LAJS Facebook page. Los Angeles Jazz Society Presents has featured Peter Erskine, Gerald Clayton, Jane Monheit, Michael Mayo, Terry Gibbs, Carey Frank, Katie Thiroux, Justin Kauflin, Josh Nelson, Sara Gazarek, and many more artists. For updates on the ongoing concert schedule and information on how to receive your free Zoom link please go to The Los Angeles Jazz Society.
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Go to Past Appearances for a complete list, recent appearances include:
Los Angeles Jazz Society Presents Flip Manne 100th Birthday Celebration, Mark performs Flip and Shelly Manne’s favorite song, “I’m Glad There is You”
Chez Jay 60th Anniversary Party
Singing Saloon Songs!
Saturday, November 16th
6:00 to 10:00 PM
Dori Amarilio, Guitar, John Leftwich, bass
Center for Spiritual Living
1200 N. La Brea AVe
Sunday morning with Andy Belling piano
A special New York appearance at the Ronny Whyte curated
Midday Jazz Midtown at St. Peter’s in Manhattan!
Celebrating my birthday in the Big Apple Wednesday, October 23rd!
Ronny Whyte, piano; Boots Maleson, bass; Ray Marchica, drums
Saturday, October 26th – Egan’s Ballard Jam House, Seattle
Dave Robaire bass
Sammy Miller drums
Larry Koonse guitar
Ron Stout trumpet Bob Sheppard bass clarinet
Billy Hulting percussion
“Miller’s voice—cheerful, positive—is one of the warmest and most welcoming voices in jazz.”
– Bruce Lindsay, All About Jazz
“Mark Christian Miller’s singing is a pleasure to the ear—breezy, rhythmically nimble, honest, and full of heart.”
– James Gavin (author of Is That All There Is?: The Strange Life of Peggy Lee)
“Miller brings sincere feeling, solid swing and fresh interpretations to a variety of standards and superior obscurities.”
– Scott Yanow, LA Jazz Scene