Sounds Like: Elvis Costello, Dan Fogelberg, Bob Dylan, Larry Norman, James Taylor
Bio: With a serious nod to the 60’s folk/rock revolution and an eclectic conspiracy between acoustic and electric guitars encouraged by coltish pots-and-pans of percussion, the Marty Miles Band is simultaneously divergent and classic. Guided by the smooth vocals and lyric songwriting of front man, Ma... See Full BioMore Info
With a serious nod to the 60’s folk/rock revolution and an eclectic conspiracy between acoustic and electric guitars encouraged by coltish pots-and-pans of percussion, the Marty Miles Band is simultaneously classic and divergent. Topped off with the smooth vocals and lyric songwriting of front man, Marty Miles, an audience can expect a musical journey through the human condition – the question of disenchantment, the crossroads of doubt, a point of faith, a moment of whimsy, a tenuous hope. It’s a journey upon which listeners willingly embark and are easily drawn into by Miles’ comfortable and easy going stage presence. Call it electric folk. Call it acoustic rock. Marty Miles is much more than your basic singer, guitarist, and songwriter type. He's a consummate entertainer - a modern troubadour in the purest sense. Come on out for great brew and fabulous folk/rock!
It's Downtown South Bend's First Friday and Marty Miles will be playing on the deck at Swolfies Downtown Pizza! Bring the whole family for what some have called the 'best pizza in South Bend' and enjoy the music of Marty Miles and Dan Leonhardt.
It's Oktoberfest at the Downtown Eatery all weekend - and Marty and the guys will be kicking up some kraut on Saturday night!
Take down Downtown with a great acoustic show!
Marty takes his solo show to the Benton Harbor Arts District.
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