Introduced by Alexis Korner
There are very few guitarists who can claim that they learned their first chords from
Les Paul 's wife Mary Ford.
Miller learned about the blues in Chicago and becameastarinSan
Francisco in the late 60s. His recording career can be divided into three equally successful periods, and he achieved his biggest
British hit only last year with the song Abracadabra.
Research JOHN TOBLER
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