Miller and the Other Sinners - February 10, 2018 9:00 pm
David Michael Miller, Buffalo-based singer/songwriter, has his roots deep in the church and gospel music. As lead for Miller and the Other Sinners, his music is anchored deeply in a roots gospel, blues with a soul foundation. He fronted several bands as lead singer and primary songwriter, getting airplay all around the country in college markets and gospel stations with previous projects. After a hiatus from music, in 2005 he launched back into the local scene and inspired by professional artists such as Tommy Z, he carried his gospel roots into the nationally known blues and soul scene. This led him to the last 4+ years with Dive House Union (DHU) as lead singer, primary songwriter and secondary guitarist. Dive House Union has shared the stage with such greats as Tedeschi Trucks, Gary Clark Jr, Bobby Blue Bland, Jonny Lang, Jimmie Vaughan, Shemekia Copeland, Joe Bonamassa, and many more. He also represented Western New York in Memphis, for the International Blues Competition in early 2013 and 2014, also receiving Buffalo Night Life Magazines, Best Male Blues Vocal for both years. DHU has released two live albums recorded locally at iconic rooms, Kleinhans Music Hall and The Aurora Theater and David his first solo album, Poisons Sipped in 2014, which continues to hit charts both nationally and internationally. David will release his anticipated follow up album, Same Soil in July 2015 that will explore his roots in the Blues.