Dana Miller
::: Artist Bio :::

Shelby Lynne- Mercury Records "I am Shelby Lynne" 1999.
Tour dates to support Grammy award winning release, players included Waylon Payne.
Produced by Bill Bottrell. Recorded drums on the remix of the single "Gotta Get Back".

Alisha's Attic (Shelly Poole (McErlaine) & Karen Poole)- Mercury Records UK "The House We Built." 2000.
Produced by Bill Bottrell.
Recorded drums and percussion on all twelve tracks.
The single "Pretender" is included in the chart topping "Bridget Jones Diary" soundtrack.

The Stokemen - Million Dollar Records "The Class of Dude." 2001.
Produced by Bill Bottrell and The Stokemen.
Co wrote, assisted in production and performed on all tracks.
Click link to see The Stokemen's video release.

Essence- Polygram records Mariposa 2001
Recorded drums and percussion on six songs for new artist.
Produced by Bill Bottrell.

Kim Richey - Lost Highway Records "Rise" 2002
Recorded percussion and drums on the single.
Produced by Bill Bottrell.

The Mother Truckers- City Hall Records (dist.) "Somethin' Worth Dyin'For." 2002.
Recorded drums and percussion on all tracks.
Produced by TMT and Jim Reitzel.
The Mother Truckers have performed with such acts as Merle Haggard, George Jones, Dwight Yoakam,
Asleep At The Wheel, Reba McIntire, Hank Williams 3, The Charlie Daniels Band, Robert Earl Keen, Shedaisy,
The Flatlanders, Dave Alvin, Michelle Shocked, The Supersuckers, The Derailers, Rhett Miller of The Old 97’s,
The Paladins, The Drive-By Truckers, Mother Hips, Huey Lewis & The News, Redd Volkaert, Earle "Pool Ball" and many more!

Chrome Johnson- Rebelstar Records. "Chrome Johnson." 2003.
Recorded drums and percussion on all tracks.
Produced by CJ and engineered by Chris Brooke and Daniel Daniel.
Toured in support of recordings, performed with acts such as
The legandary Link Wray, Reverend Horton Heat,
Los Straitjackets and many more.

2 Lane Blacktop - Rockstar Records (Linda Perry's former label) "2 Lane Blacktop." 1995.
Recorded drums and percussion on all tracks.
Produced by Jerry Marquez and Devon Powers.