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Marcus Miller - Finally Production
 

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Style, soul and intense professionalism have set Marcus Miller at the top of his game for three decades now. Marcus was born in 1959 and raised in a musical family that includes his father, William Miller (a church organist and choir director) and jazz pianist Wynton Kelly. By 13, Marcus was proficient on clarinet, piano and bass guitar, and already writing songs. Two years later he was working regularly in New York City, eventually playing bass and writing music for jazz flutist Bobbi Humphrey and keyboardist Lonnie Liston Smith.

 

For „Power of Love/Love Power“ Marcus won his first Grammy, 1991’s R&B Song of the Year. Following the fan-demanded Live and More in 1997, Miller released M2 („M-Squared“) on his own 3 Deuces Records label and won his second Grammy, 2001’s Best Contemporary Jazz Album. 

 

In the midst of all of his tours, Miller still miraculously made time to continue working in the studio, co-producing George Benson’s concept album Songs & Stories and Dave Koz’s Grammy-nominated CD Hello Tomorrow.

 

 
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