Miller Miller Miller & Sloan
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|Miller Miller Miller & Sloan|
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Miller Miller Miller & Sloan was an American funk/Pop band, based in New York City, that reached its zenith in the early 1980s. The band was made up of the three Miller brothers Dan, C.B. "Barney" and Mike, plus and their childhood friend, Blake Sloan. The band opened for The Clash, as well as Tom Tom Club and Chaka Khan, playing prominent venues such as The Ritz and CBGB's.
The band was the subject of the documentary film, Miller Miller Miller & Sloan: We Don't Wanna Make You Dance, by director Lucy Kostelanetz.
Miller, Miller, Miller & Sloan appear (as Miller, Miller, Miller & Sloane) in the Jonathan Lethem novel, "Fortress Of Solitude".
Mike Miller, the band's vocalist/percussionist is now a solo artist known as Mr. Shy.