Leroy Miller and his band return to Billings for an evening of original blues, soul, and rock from 5 to 8 p.m. on Feb. 10 at the Garage Pub.
Opening up the night will be local songwriter and singer Zoe Jean and Louisiana transplant Blake From The Lake. Montana Melts Food truck will be indoors grilling up favorite sandwiches. All ages are welcome.
Miller has worked on recordings for stars like John Mayer, Macy Gray and Smash Mouth. He has toured all over the world as a supporting act for bands such as Aerosmith and the Dave Mathews Band.
Miller 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.
He started out doing shows at The Roxy in Hollywood, which eventually landed 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.
Leroy's music has been licensed numerous times in film and TV most notably "Scrubs" on NBC and "Arrested Development" on Fox and Netflix. The big screen in Hollywood has also used his music as main and end titles in films like "Black Sheep," starring Chris Farley and David Spade and "Driven," starring Sly Stallone. Views for his song "Good Time" on YouTube has gathered over 10 million views.
In 2015, Leroy released his 5th solo album titled "Off The Rails" for TML Records.