Miller Anderson (musician)

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Miller Anderson
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Background information
Birth nameMiller Anderson
Born (1945-04-12) 12 April 1945 (age 74)
Houston, Renfrewshire, Scotland
GenresBlues, glam rock, folk rock
InstrumentsVocals, guitar, banjo, harmonica, bass guitar
Years active1960s–present
LabelsWarner Bros. (with The Dukes)

Miller Anderson (born 12 April 1945, Houston, Renfrewshire, Scotland) is a UK-based blues guitarist and singer. In the formative years of the 1960s, before either of them achieved significant success, he worked extensively with Ian Hunter in bands such as The Scenery and At Last The 1958 Rock 'n' Roll Show (later called Charlie Woolfe) and is referenced in the title track of Hunter's 1976 album All American Alien Boy ("well I remember all the good times me and Miller enjoyed, up and down the M1 in some luminous yo-yo toy"). Anderson would later guest on two Hunter solo albums.

Apart from pursuing his own solo career, he was a member of the Keef Hartley Band. Other groups Anderson has been associated with are; the Spencer Davis Group, Broken Glass, The Dukes, Mountain, Savoy Brown, T.Rex and Chicken Shack.[1] In early 2006, he joined The British Blues Quintet with Maggie Bell, Zoot Money, Colin Hodgkinson and Colin Allen.

In the Spring of 2016 Miller returned to the studio and in July 2016 released a new album, Through The Mill.



  • Bright City (1971)
  • Celtic Moon (1998)
  • Bluesheart (2003, re-issue 2007)
  • Chameleon (2008)
  • From Lizard Rock (DCD 2009)
  • Live at Rockpalast (MIG Music – MIG 90 352) CD 2010
  • Through The Mill (2016 - Anderson / Sherman Productions)
  • Live in Vienna (2017 - Brücken Ton)

With Keef Hartley Band[edit]

With Hemlock[edit]

With Savoy Brown[edit]

  • Boogie Brothers (1974)

With Dog Soldier[edit]

  • Dog Soldier (1975)

With The Dukes[edit]

  • The Dukes (album, 1979)

With Spencer Davis Group[edit]

  • Live in Manchester 2002 (2003/2004, DVD/CD)

With The British Blues Quintet[edit]

  • Live in Glasgow 2006 (2007)

With Jon Lord Blues Project[edit]

Guest appearances[edit]


  1. ^ Harris, Craig. "Biography: Miller Anderson". Allmusic. Retrieved 3 April 2010.

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