Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, Colorado
It won't be another mundane Monday night this September 11, as things will become intense at the Red Rocks Amphitheater for another epic concert night from the rock legends Steve Miller Band. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee has announced extending their North American Tour this 2023. And what is the best venue to stage another epic concert than the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre? The famous Morrison, Colorado venue will become a haven of the band's authentic rock tunes such as "The Joker," "Brave New World," "Living in the U.S.A.," and "Fly Like an Eagle," among others. Decades may have passed, but these rockers still got it! Get your tickets now, and let the Steve Miller Band blow you away.
The Steve Miller Band was among the trailblazing rock bands of the late 70s and 80s. With their blues, classic and psychedelic rock, the band contributed to the array of rock music that shaped today's music scene. The band is led by Steve Miller, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016. Apart from Miller, the band's current lineup consists of Kenny Lee Lewis, Joseph Wooten, Jacob Petersen, and Ron Wikso.
The Steve Miller Band was formed in the latter part of the 60s. Then called Steve Miller Blues Band, the name was shortened because it would bring more appeal. The band debuted in 1968 with the album "Children of the Future." However, it was with their sophomore "Sailor" that they gained people's attention. This was followed by multiple top-rated albums. Later, their records, such as "Space Cowboy" and "Brave New World," became radio staples. By 1973, the band took a considerable risk, reshaping their sound and delving more into pop-rock. This change led to the LP "The Joke," which was platinum certified. This achievement was surpassed when "Fly Like an Eagle" emerged in 1976. This release signified their stronghold on the music scene, which led to their glorious history. They would release nine more albums after "Fly Like an Eagle," with "Let Your Hair Down" (2011) being their most recent.
On their 2023 tour, the band will perform at the Red Rocks Amphitheater on Monday, September 11. Meet the legends by buying tickets now!