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Frankie Miller

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Frankie Miller Band: The Rock

Review by Bud Scoppa, Phonograph Record, 1975

AFTER AN EXCELLENT debut album (still unreleased in the U.S.) with backing by the underrated Brinsley Schwarz group, Scotish rock & roll singer Frankie Miller ...

Frankie Miller's Full House: Weybridge College of Food & Technology, Weybridge, Surrey

Live Review by Giovanni Dadomo, Sounds, 12 June 1976

FOR MY Money, you could melt down Billy Connolly, the Rollers, Slik, and Nazareth, yet no matter the amount of sophistication involved in refining the ...

Frankie Miller: Be Good To Yourself

Interview by Peter Silverton, Sounds, 14 May 1977

THREE YEARS back, Miami soul-singer Betty Wright had a minor hit with 'Shoo-rah! Shoo-rah!'. On his Radio London show, Honky-Tonk, Charlie Gillett has a "who ...

The Everything's-Coming-Up-Roses-For-Frankie Miller Headline

Report and Interview by Bob Woffinden, New Musical Express, 16 July 1977

ONLY SOMEONE as talented as Frankie Miller could have afforded to be so profligate with his gifts. He's a survivor, sure, but it's been a ...

Frankie Miller: High Life and Times

Report and Interview by Susan Whitall, Creem, September 1977

THE LAST time I was in London Cass Elliott deep-sixed on a ham sandwich in a Mayfair hotel. Spring 1977, and Sylvia of the Three ...

Frankie Miller: Rainbow Theatre, London

Live Review by Rosalind Russell, Record Mirror, 10 December 1977

Frankie blows it ...

Eddie Hinton: Very Extremely Dangerous (Capricorn)

Review by Joe McEwen, The Village Voice, 3 July 1978

Blue-Eyed Soul ...

Frankie Miller: Dingwall's, London

Live Review by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, 2 September 1978

FRANKIE MILLER would have been recognised as a major rock singer with a major rock audience three years ago had it not been for his ...

Frankie Miller: Falling In Love (Chrysalis)

Review by Penny Valentine, Melody Maker, 10 March 1979

AT ONE time Frankie Miller looked as though he was going to do a Joe Cocker without the intervening period of success. Now he just ...


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