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Miles at a concert with Bill Frisell. October 29, 2009 in Innsbruck
May 9, 1963 |
|Labels||Capri, Gramavision, Sterling Circle Records, Prolific Recordings,|
|Associated acts||Bill Frisell, Fred Hess|
Miles moved to Denver, Colorado from Indianapolis at the age of 11 and attended Denver East High School. He went on to study music at the University of Denver (1981–1985) and the Manhattan School of Music (1986). He is among Denver's most prominent jazz musicians. He is also the co-ordinator of Jazz Studies at Metropolitan State University of Denver.
He is now also working in collaboration with Sterling Circle Records.
- 1989: Witness (Capri)
- 1996: My Cruel Heart (Gramavision)
- 1997: Women's Day (Gramavision)
- 2000: Ron Miles Trio (Capri)
- 2002: Heaven (Sterling Circle), with Bill Frisell
- 2003: Laughing Barrel (Sterling Circle)
- 2006: Stone/Blossom (Sterling Circle)
- 2012: Quiver (Enja), with Bill Frisell and Brian Blade
- 2014: Circuit Rider with Bill Frisell & Brian Blade (Yellowbird Records)
With Bill Frisell:
- 1996: Quartet
- 1999: The Sweetest Punch
- 2001: Blues Dream
- 2008: History, Mystery
With Fred Hess:
- 2002: The Long and Short of It
- 2004: Crossed Paths
- 2006: How Bout' Now
- 2007: In the Grotto
- 2008: Single Moment
With Joe Henry:
With Wayne Horvitz:
- 2006: Way Out East
With Rich Lamb:
- 2008: Music Along the Way
With Jason Steele:
- 2007: Some Wonderful Moment
- 2015: Dancing on the Inside
- Yanow, Scott. "Ron Miles – Music Biography, Credits and Discography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2013-02-28.
- Bret Saunders (September 14, 2010). "Jazz: The many styles of Ron Miles". The Denver Post. Retrieved 2013-02-28.
- Metropolitan State College of Denver – Department of Music Retrieved October 11, 2012.
- Corroto, Mark (November 2, 2006). "CD/LP Review: Stone / Blossom". All About Jazz. Retrieved 2010-07-31.
- Ron Miles Myspace Page
- Sterling Circle Records
- Ron Miles: Singing Through The Horn. NPR March 19, 2009
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