Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | The Woodlands, Texas
EVENT RESCHEDULED TO SATURDAY 29TH JULY 2023. Originally Saturday 6th May 2023. All original tickets are still valid!
It is 1973, and you are listening to songs on the radio, then the Steve Miller Band comes on. You can't name it, but there is a certain feeling this band makes you feel, which continuously catches you off guard. Slowly, your body sways with the tune, and you say softly, "Thank God for good music!" Whichever generation you came from — from baby boomers to gen z's — The Steve Miller Band brings you back to the rock era of the 70s. To immerse yourself in their music and experience the band live, you might want to hit that "Get Tickets" link fast because the legendary band will perform in the venue near you. Join hundreds of fans this May 6 and witness the iconic Steve Miller and his band bring their signature songs to the Cynthia Mitchell Pavilion. From "Fly Like an Eagle" to "Take the Money and Run," the band's distinct blend of psychedelic rock, blues, rock n roll, and other genres in between will bring nothing but joy to your dull Saturday night. Allow yourself to be swept back to the good ol' days with good ol' music. Get your tickets now!
The rock era of the 70s and 80s would not have been as glorious as it is without the Steve Miller Band. Headed by Steve Miller, the band became a trailblazer in blues, classic, and psychedelic rock. They shaped the rock landscape of today and rightfully hold an important seat in the pantheon of rock legends.
The Steve Miller Band was formed in the later years of the 60s. Initially called The Steve Miller Blues Band, they opted to shorten the name to appear more appealing. In 1968, while visiting England, the band recorded their debut album "Children of the Future." That same year, their sophomore album "Sailor" was released. Finally, they climbed the Billboard charts and scored critics' acclaim for songs such as "Living in the USA." The band was relentless in the release of their albums. Almost every year, they release records. This drive did work after their songs "Space Cowboy" and "Brave New World" was constantly picked up by radio stations.
At the beginning of the 70s, having already established their place among the biggest names of the rock scene during that time, they experimented with a more pop-rock sound. Their efforts were fruitful when their LP "The Joke" became a platinum-certified record. This was followed by "Fly Like an Eagle" in 1976, which made them internationally known. Overall, the band has released 18 albums. In 216, Steve Miller was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Currently, the band includes Kenny Lee Lewis, Joseph Wooten, Jacob Petersen, and Ron Wikso.
This year, the band commences a large tour that will visit many cities. Included on their list of venues to play on will be the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Saturday, May 6.