Blessed in Louisville, Hazel Miller was greatly influenced by Nancy Wilson and especially Aretha Franklin. After executing around Louisville and blending blues and jazz with gospel and spirit, people begun to get sucked in. Her initial big break occurred in 1982, when she documenting the official melody for the town of Louisville. In 1984, she attemptedto relocate with her two kids to LA to help expand her musical profession. But her local rental vehicle broke down in Denver, Colorado, where she remained. Starting up with LARGE HEAD Todd & The Monsters, Hazel Miller became a normal area of the band’s lineup and toured across the world. In 1992, she released her debut work Finally, a cassette which included addresses of John Lennon and Otis Redding music. In 1995, Miller released Live IN THE Fox and was voted “Greatest Blues/R’n’B Music group” within the Westword Visitors’ Poll three consecutive years. Having opened up for Herbie Hancock, Bob Weir, Friend Man, Mel Torme, Wayne Taylor and Julian Lennon amongst others, Miller released I’m Still Searching in 2000. She’s also performed for USA soldiers abroad and starred in The Vagina Monologues.