Kenny James Miller Band
A Northwest Blues Rock Power Trio performing 'original' music.

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Watch the video below of Kenny James Miller Band performing on Montana PBS, 11th & Grant Show

  • Opened for Legend Robin Trower in Spokane,WA, March 10, 2011.
  • Opened for The Outlaws, Montana Music Festival, Whitefish, MT
  • Opened for Commander Cody, Whitefish, MT
  • Opened Main Stage at Rockin The Rivers, Three Forks, MT
  • Headlined for the Mother Lode in Butte MT
  • Untapped Blues Festival, Kennewick WA
  • Performed at Pig Out in the Park, Spokane, WA
  • Kicked Off Wallace Blues Festival, Wallace ID

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

Empire Award

"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.

Press Quotes

Bruce Iglauer, Alligator Records wrote…” very well 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”….

Lead Guitar, Vocals, Lyricist

Ken Sederdahl

Ken grew up in Rutherford N.J. At age 11 later moved to Eureka, MT. Growing up in the late 60's and 70's, Ken was influence by a variety of music, but always had a love and feel for the Blues. Ken respects traditional Blues, but his style leans more towards his biggest influences, SRV, Robin Trower, Hendrix, Billy Gibbons, Gary Moore and Warren Haynes. Jimi said it best, "the Blues is easy to play, but hard to feel." Ken plays with a lot of feel and loves to be playing in a Solid Power Trio, performing original music. Ken is most thankful for his Love for the Lord. Most of what Ken writes is spiritually influenced. He says,"It's awesome to perform a tune that's accepted at Church and also in the mainstream. Someone once said Ken plays God Rock and God said... Right on!
Drums, Percussion, Backup Vocals

Greg Sewell

"Greg worked with me in the touring, power trio band, The Francisco Bro`s Band. Later Greg joined another established touring band, Simultaneous Avalanche. Greg joined me to record my second album, FBB, The Word is Out. We then worked in Nevada and Greg rose up to the highest performance levels each and every night. Greg moved back home to Montana where he has performed with Guitar George McGuire, Big Daddy and the Blue Notes, Steve Livingston and with too many bands to name. Greg is now playing with the Kenny James Miller Band, another power trio, his personal preference. In the decades I have known and worked with Greg, he has consistently studied, learned and practiced to improve his performance. In my career, having worked with many talented drummers, I still prefer Greg as the best for me and my music. There are so many words that describe Greg; committed, loyal, engaged, honest and caring are just a few that describe my friend. All traits that are needed to make great music, in my opinion ........." ~Val Francisco singer/song writer, guitarist, entertainer...........
Bass, Backup Vocals

Mark Meznarich

Mark was raised in the South Bay of Los Angeles. At age 4, he was watching the Ed Sullivan show with his older sister and from then on music became his passion. His early influences include Paul McCartney, Geezer Butler, Roger Glover, Greg Lake and Chris Squire. Mark played in a couple of extremely popular L.A. bands and a stint with Iron Butterfly before relocating to Bigfork, Montana. Mark got exposed to the blues in Montana and played with Steve Kelley in the band Big Daddy and the Blue Notes for over 17 years. They shared the stage with such artists as James Cotton, Junior Wells, Jimmie Rogers, Charlie Musselwhite, Little Charlie and the Nightcats, Robert Cray and many others throughout the northwest. Mark left the music scene and worked for 10 years in the oil field of North Dakota. One day Mark got a call from Ken with news of their bass player leaving the band and he jumped on it. " The KJMB is the only band I wanted to play with ". " It's pretty hard to find an all original band with gigs, especially in Montana!". "I've known Ken and Greg for a long time and consider myself blessed to be working with them".