Aproaching his guitar as if each of its six strings were a seperate instrument, Australian fingerstyle guitarist Adam Miller is a groove machine, creating a sound that invites comparisons to Tuck Andress and Charile Hunter’ (Acoustic Guitar Magazine). It’s this talent that has seen him play with Les Paul, Tommy Emmanuel, Matt Schofield, Adam Levy, Joe Robinson, Jim Black, Ben Gillies (Silverchair), and the list continues. Australian Fingerstyle Champion for 2002, Miller also lectures in guitar at the University Of Newcastle, Australia. His music is a dynamic combination of jazz, soul, and blues – with a focus on improvisation. He has performed at Music Fairs and Trade shows across the planet including The Namm Show in 2014 at the Seymour Duncan Booth.