In adept, highly recognized jazz bassist, Marcus Miller rose to prominence as a member of trumpeter ' band of the 1980s, and piled up a long list of session credits while simultaneously launching his own career as a leader. Known for his fluid improvisational chops and inclination toward funky, contemporary-leaning jazz, Miller initially emerged in the 1970s as an in-demand session musician. By the time he joined ' group, he had already established a lucrative career playing with such luminaries as , , , , and others. Buoyed by his time with on albums like 1981's The Man with the Horn and 1986's Tutu, he was able to embark on a solo career, coming into his own on albums like 1993's The Sun Don't Lie and 2008's Marcus. He also expanded his reach, moving into producing and composing for films like 2017's Marshall. Despite the many hats he has worn -- improviser, interpreter, arranger, songwriter, film music composer, bassist, multi-instrumentalist -- none of them have been put on as a whim. Never one to merely get his feet wet, Miller has been a utility player in the strongest and most prolific sense.
- Venue: den Atelier
- Where: 54 rue de Hollerich, 1740 Luxembourg
- Doors: 7:00 pm
- Promoter: A-Promotions
- Extra Info: On sale on Wednesday, February 3rd at 10am.