The JiMiller Band

Wednesday
25
Nov

All Dead, All Night

A Night of Feel-Good Vibes from Cleveland's Jam Band Vets

Please note! The Kitchen will be closed this evening and the Bar will be open. Bowls of House Made Chili and New England Clam Chowder soup will be available at the bar for just $5.
 
In accordance with Ohio regulations, masks are required except while at your table. Congregating is not permitted, so plan to enjoy the show from your seat. Advance table reservations are required, and our host will seat you from the next properly distanced table.

We kindly request guests depart immediately following the concert. After the show, feel free to visit with each other outdoors, following distancing guidelines.

This is a reduced capacity event, so buy your tickets early. Table reservations for groups up to 10 people are allowed.

 

 

Why you should see this show…

The JiMiller Band’s style is as varied as their influences; JiMiller blends together blues, country, Cajun, rock ‘n’ roll, jazz and bluegrass into a musical Americana that is both fresh and timeless in their everlasting sets. However, the band is best known for its freeform improvisation rock that was made famous by The Grateful Dead and Allman Brothers.
 

The JiMiller Band Bio
The JiMiller Band is a five member band out of Cleveland, Ohio. The band is lead by Jim’s resonating vocals and jazz-infused lead guitar, Dave Blackerby plays the bass, Steve “Nev” Scheff on keyboards and Brian “Bagel” Golenberg on drums, with the newest member Vince Berry on guitar. Northeast Ohio audiences first got to know Jim Miller as the co-founder of the long-running jam band Oroboros, a staple of the ’80s and ’90s local concert scene. He’s continued to perform live on a consistent basis as a solo act and with the long-running group JiMiller Band; the latter act has opened for String Cheese Incident, Bruce Hornsby and Galactic, among others.