Kenny James Miller Band super trio performers were nominated as the best in their respective individual categories at the 18th Annual Inland Empire Blues Society “Empire Awards” in Spokane Washington



Mark Cornett named "Best Blues Bass Player" 2012/2013, Inland Empire Blues Society. Spokane, Wa.


- Kalispell Blues Rock Band opened for the International Blues Recording Legend Robin Trower in Spokane,WA, March 10, 2011.

- Opened Main Stage at Rockin The Rivers, Three Forks, MT

- Headlined for the Mother Lode in Butte MT

- Untapped Blues Festival, Kennewick WA

- Whitewater Festival, Bigfork MT

- Kicked Off Wallace Blues Festival, Wallace ID

- Opened for The Outlaws, Montana Music Festival, Whitefish MT





  Eric Funk, 11th & Grant. Montana PBS wrote....


 "As we all know, there are many bands out there playing music. Among them, there are a few that "make it happen", bring incredible talent and energy to the gig and every single song they play. Kenny James Miller Band is one of those. Powerful, evocative, and a unique rock/blues band. That's why I had them on my TV show, "11th & Grant with Eric Funk", the six time Emmy Award winning Montana PBS series that features professional Montana musicians. These guys are 'the real deal'."
    
 


 Bruce Iglauer, Alligator Records wrote”..play very well together...music is unpretentious & well 

     done...definitely a  superior blues rock band...lots to be proud of..."    

   

     Peterson of Jerry the Inland Blues Society wrote  "...they took no prisoners while rocking the house...       played some seriously hard-driving.. rock..."

     

     Randy Oxford of Oxford Entertainment wrote… “Kenny James Miller Band delivered as advertised

   

    Baggs Groove from the Washington Blues Society Blues Letter writes “it’s NOT easy for a trio to put      on a 90 minute show that keeps an audience on their feet and leaves them wanting more.  Very few          trio’s can pull this off  the way these guys did….their set was full of great originals and each performer showcased his considerable blues chops”….