June 1 at Yellowstone Valley Brewing, 2123 First Ave. N. Doors at 5:30 p.m., show at 6 p.m. General admission tickets for the all ages show are $10 in advance (plus applicable fees) or at the door.
Blues, classic rock sensation Leroy Miller has worked on countless recordings for music's brightest stars like John Mayer, Macy Gray and Smash Mouth. Now based in Red Lodge, Miller has toured all over the world as a supporting act for bands such as Aerosmith and the Dave Mathews Band. He has played venues ranging from The Whiskey A Go-Go in Hollywood to Webster Hall in Manhattan as well as arenas like the PNC Bank Arts Center in New Jersey and the Molsen Amphitheater in Toronto Canada.
His humble beginning started doing shows at The Roxy in Hollywood eventually landing him a record deal with Geffen Records releasing "Nothing Sacred" produced by Mike Frasier known for his work with Aerosmith and AC/DC. He then signed a deal with Hollywood Records where he co-produced his self titled album "Leroy" with Grammy-award winning producer Rob Cavallo mixed by Jack Joseph Puig.
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Miller's music has been licensed numerous times in film and TV most notably Scrubs on NBC and Arrested Development on Fox and Netflix. Hollywood has also used his music as main and end titles in the films "Black Sheep" starring Chris Farley and David Spade and "Driven" starting Sly Stallone. He has been receiving air play all over the world, his song "Get A Job" was the No. 1 most added song in the U.S. for four straight weeks on rock radio. YouTube views for his song "Good Time" has gathered over 10 million views and counting.
In 2019, the new album “Let It Ride” will be released in early spring 2019. Miller will be touring throughout the U.S. and internationally.