A singer and songwriter whose music mixes up Lone Superstar country, rootsy rock and roll & move, and songs coping with various areas of his Tx heritage, Dub Miller was among the early statistics on what became the regional Crimson Dirt music picture. Miller was created and elevated in Pontotoc, Tx, where he got his begin in music during his high-school times, playing drums within a fledgling rock music group. After graduating from senior high school, Miller attempt to turn into a radio disk jockey, but he quickly discovered that radio had not been the business enterprise he dreamed it to become, and enrolled at Tx A&M, where he performed within the drum corps. Miller also produced a music group that appreciated some local achievement, however the group’s tries at finding popularity out of city didn’t consider, and he resumed his educational profession at South Plains University in Levelland, Tx. While at South Plains, Miller produced close friends with some regional musicians who with time evolve in to the Highway 6 Music group, who would end up being Miller’s backing music group as he barnstormed Tx clubs, pubs, and dance halls searching for an market. The music group was energetic from 1997 to 2004; throughout that period, they played a huge selection of displays while Miller trim two albums, 2001’s American Troubadour and 2002’s Post Nation, along with the melody “Fightin’ Tx Aggie,” a tongue-in-cheek amount in regards to a wayward university son that became an target audience favorite and an area hit. After exhausting of life on the highway, Miller got wedded and signed up for law college; after 2 yrs, he left college and took employment in concert and event promotion. Nevertheless, the music insect never entirely remaining him, and by 2015 he was playing out once again with a fresh band, 11 Bone fragments, and released an archival assortment of concert tapes from 2002, Shed/Live: The Shed Live Recordings. In 2016, Miller released his long-awaited third recording, The Midnight Ambassador.