Bill Miller


Bill Miller

Bill Miller is a member of the Mohican tribe, he grew up in Wisconsin on the Stockbridge-Munsee Reservation. He started playing guitar as a young boy but didn't see it as a way to become famous.

He actually had dreams of becoming a visual artist. He studied art in College and played locally in Milwaukee. Since then Bill has won prestige awards from the Native American Music Association and three Grammy’s.

Tobias Grant recently spoke with Bill Miller about his music as well as an experience performing a symphonic piece about the battle of little big horn and an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Show from the red carpet at the Grammy’s.

Bill’s recent release Chronicles of Hope was released this June 2010. To preview Chronicles of Hope log onto his web site,, and also follow him on social networking sites Facebook and Bill is also featured in the DVD For the Generations: Native Story and Performance which can be found at

"I Believe" (Spirit Rain)

"Raven In The Snow" (Raven in the Snow)

"In Every Corner of the Forest Part 1" (Raven in the Snow)

"Different Drum" (Reservation Road: Live)

"Ghost Dance" (Ghost Dance)



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