Breaking Ground
Coming May 14

Guitarist-singer, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Songwriters Hall of Fame electee Steve Miller has dug deep into his archives and discovered a previously unreleased, full-length concert. Documenting the exciting period when the Steve Miller Band ascended from playing theaters to arenas, and professionally recorded in Landover, MD on multi-track tape, “Live! Breaking Ground: August 3, 1977” premieres on The Coda Collection on May 14.

The historic concert video depicts the Steve Miller Band touring in support of hit albums such as “Fly Like an Eagle” and “Book of Dreams.” Led by Miller, the group performs a thrilling 17-song set that includes lively renditions of favorites like “Living in the U.S.A.,” “Space Cowboy,” “Take the Money and Run” and many more. Says Miller of the project’s title: “We decided to call it ‘Breaking Ground’ because that’s exactly what we were doing.”

Stream it live and get the full story on The Coda Collection beginning May 14.

Set List: 

Living in the U.S.A.

Space Cowboy

Shu Ba Da Du Ma Ma Ma Ma

Come on in My Kitchen

Wild Mountain Honey

The Window/Winter Time

The Stake

Mercury Blues

Serenade

Take the Money and Run

Jet Airliner

Space Intro > Fly Like an Eagle

Rock’n Me

The Joker

Seasons

So Long Blues

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