Gussie Miller

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  • Ventura Blvd Magazine of Ventura Blvd. Magazine Dec. 14, 2011
  • Mario of Aug. 23, 2011
    Please tell us something about yourself. Gussie: I was born and raised in Columbus, OH. I have family in both New York and New Jersey where I spent much of my formative years around entertainment people. My Uncle James "Blinky" Miller, was a music professor who first believed in my talent. My Aunt Juanita, who was also a music teacher, MADE me sing in her church choir, where she was the choir director. (Read More)
  • Todd Green of Feb. 1, 2010
    We want to welcome Gussie Miller to the HeadBlade team. Gussie is a singer/songwriter, producer/engineer based in Southern California. He has performed and/or recorded with more people than you. This list includes Gino Vannelli, Laverne Baker, Cher, Marcus Miller, Jessica Celious, Keb Mo, Mindi Abair, and many more. Gussie's high tenor voice has been used in TV shows and movies such as Doogie Howser M. D., Family Matters, Everybody Hates Chris, and I Think I Love My Wife (didn't we all). (Read More)
  • Metric Halo of Feb. 15, 2009
    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – FEBRUARY 2009: Gussie Miller is one of those amazing people who are equally talented on either side of the microphone. With the ears of a musician and the ears of an engineer magically merged, the singer/songwriter/engineer/producer brings a unique sensitivity to his projects. He understands, better than most, how a musical performance will translate through the recording, mixing and mastering stages. (Read More)
  • Avastor PR of Nov. 17, 2007
    Los Angeles–based singer/songwriter and producer Gussie Miller (pictured at left) has finished up his new album, Forever Plan, and is currently writing and producing new material for emerging artists Lance Todd and Lindsay Douglas. (Read More)
  • Dustin Driver of Feb. 1, 2005
    When Miller needs backup vocals or recording equipment advice, he turns to singer, producer and technological whizz Gussie Miller. Gussie Miller worked with Marcus Miller on “Every Body Hates Chris” and many other Hannibal projects. He runs his own recording and production company, Artis Musicai, in Los Angeles. (Read More)