“A sweet blend of blues, gospel, Americana, R&B with a splash a cayenne pepper.”
That’s what David Michael Miller and the Other Sinners bring to the table, according to a news release from the Sunflower Theatre.
Miller and the band began to reach a wider audience after producer Jesse Miller introduced Miller to Carlton Campbell and Darick Bennett of The Campbell Brothers. The meeting helped build on Miller’s “Poisons Sipped,” and gave them a chance to work together to bring that music to a larger audience.
First, Chuck Campbell lent his pedal steel on the tracks, “Memphis Belle” and “Spent,” but soon after, Miller and Darick Campbell did a few shows together and found a great vibe. Darick then recorded lap steel on “Hand Me Downs” and “Carolina Bound.” Various Western New York artists such as Jesse Miller, Stephen Jacob McLean, Jim Ehinger, Barry Arbogast, Serena Young, Jasmine Neeley, Rufus McGee Jr, Ronnie Davis and Jason Moynihan have contributed to the album.