Why You Shouldn’t Have Missed the Steve Miller Band Live
Went to see the Steve Miller Band last night and let me tell you this, the guy can still shred. I wasn’t exactly in the front row but where I was you could feel each note of the solo reach deep. Steve Miller isn’t exactly young but at 78 you’d think he was in his absolute prime. He flexed those fingers on each note and the solos were like taking the best hit if you know what I mean. The best part was he played all the hits too.
Fly Like an Eagle was probably one of my favorites he played all night as he masterfully fingered through the solo and the psychedelic trip was on. What really shocked me was Joseph Wooten on the Keyboard. That guy really was moving through his notes it was great. Followed up by Jet Airliner the guys pulled it off hit after hit, and I won’t lie I even found myself jamming a bit to Abracadabra. Probably had to be one of the greater shows I have seen all year. What cemented it for me in the top ten was when he played Space Cowboy. I can tell you this if you haven’t heard this one-stop reading this and go listen to it now. We can wait. Ok welcome back, now take the experience of listening to that from where ever and pump up the feeling to 1000! It was the best part of listening to a vinal but without your old man yelling at you to turn it down.
Finally the choice of how to end the show killer. Three of the band’s greatest hits back to back to back. Take the Money and Run, Rock’n Me, and finally, the encore that clinched the whole show The Joker. Everyone that wasn’t wheelchair-bound was up and standing and singing along. The man really closed out the show. Big props to the band and everyone you are not gonna want to miss these guys if they make it back.