On June 4, 1946, the great vocalist and songwriter recorded the classic torch song he wrote with Robert Wells.
The full concert video will also stream via The Coda Collection on Amazon Prime from today.
The 1997 album had a title inspired by a John Lennon quote from The Beatles' pre-fame days.
‘We decided to call it ‘Breaking Ground’ because that’s exactly what we were doing,’ says Miller.
The new record captures Miller’s legendary 1977 lineup at the beginning of their turn from playing ballrooms and theatres to arenas and football stadiums.
With his track record on disc, and his voracious appetite for touring still intact, Miller's place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is well-earned.
Known primarily for his chart-topping singles, a deeper look into Steve Miller Band’s albums reveal a wide-ranging artist who’s more than a pop virtuoso.
The artist shared a 1970 performance of ‘Peppa Sauce,’ captured on the evening of Hendrix’s death.
As the 'Abracadabra' album progressed to platinum status, the ace guitarist and his band became the kings of pop with its title track.
The album is released in multiple formats with a treasure trove of unheard home recordings, demos and other rarities.
The instrumental track is a previously-unreleased take of a ‘Flaming Pie’ B-Side.
The EP is the second in a series of three that precede the re-release of Paul's tenth solo album on 31 July.
The event took place live on 3 May in a virtual ceremony from Memphis.
Eurythmics, Mariah Carey, Rick Nowels, The Neptunes and Motown's William 'Mickey' Stevenson are also included in the Class of 2020.
Miller's archival collection, 'Welcome To The Vault', is out now on Sailor/Capitol/UMe.