"Greg Miller is definitly someone to keep an eye on!" (Bluesblast Magazine)

 "Beautiful harmonica playing" (Blues Magazine N.L)

'Definitly someone to watch!' (Paul Lamb)

Greg Miller is a vocalist and multi-award winning harmonica player.

 

Greg started playing the harmonica at the age of 17. After teaching himself, he went on to study at the Paris Harmonica School (founded by Greg Zlapsinski), whilst also training with internationally renowned harmonicists Carlos Del Junco and Nico Wayne Toussaint.

 

Greg left France in 2010 to settle in London. Devoting his energy to his musical progress, he took part in several endeavours. In 2011, he was named Blues Harmonica Player of the Year at the National Harmonica League, and in 2013, won the title of Jazz World Harmonica Champion.

 

Greg also plays regularly with his band in London and around Europe. His music has marked the halls of venues such as the Soho Theatre, Ain't Nothin' But, Proud Camden and QueCumBar, as well as several festivals such as the Oxjam Music Festival. He has also been involved with the BBC Introducing Music Programmes.

 

Greg released his first solo album in 2015. Entitled 'Destination For Dreamers', the album encompasses ten original tracks showcasing the versatility and unique sound of the harmonica.

 

Since then, Greg has played alongside Ian Siegal, Dana Gillespie, Kyla Brox, Marcus Malone Arnaud Fradin and many more. Greg also opened for Van Morrison and Mary Coughlan, alongside Jessica Sweetman and appeared at the Dennis Hopper exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts.