In 2013, classic rock titans the Steve Miller Band celebrated the 40th anniversary of their influential 1973 album The Joker, transporting fans to the heavenly '70s with extended renditions of the album's title track on their tour dates alongside the Doobie Brothers. The band's spacious, psychedelic sound is perfectly suited to large venues, and Miller continues to fill arenas and stadiums with his dynamic live concerts. Riding high on a wave of good vibes from their 2013 shows, the Steve Miller Band has fans eagerly awaiting their 2014 tour dates with Journey and Tower of Power.
Formed by singer and vocalist Steve Miller amid the psychedelic scene of late-'60's San Francisco, the Steve Miller Band's early albums were decidedly trippy affairs. By 1973's The Joker , the band had developed a more melodic, radio-friendly sound, and fans responded — the album became their first solid commercial success, landing at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and going on to sell over one million copies. The group's subsequent output in the mid-'70s resulted in some of the decades biggest hits, including "Rock'n Me," Fly Like an Eagle," and "Abracadabra," earning them a well-deserved place in classic rock history.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"The show was everything you would want. They played all the favorites along with a blues set and an acoustic set. Lots f energy and the band was spot on."
"Steve Miller Band doesn't disappoint. at 70 years old he is amazing. Lots of energy and still a great voice."
"Steve Miller was awesome. Music was fantastic, and I like when the artists talk to the audience. My kids thought they would know a few songs, and they knew way more than they thought they would. It was a great family night!"