Marcus Miller has been called one of the most influential artists of our time. From the height of a prestigious career spanning more than 30 years, he is a two-time Grammy Award winner and was named a UNESCO Artist for Peace in 2013. Its distinctive bass sound can be heard in an unlimited catalog of hits from “Just The Two Of Us” by Bill Withers and “Never Too Much” by. Luther Vandross to songs by Chaka Khan, David Sanborn, Herbie Hancock, Eric Clapton, Aretha Franklin, George Benson, Elton John , and Bryan Ferry. With his highly original style-a unique combination of funk, groove, soul and sheer technical skill-Miller has been called one of the most significant bassists in jazz, R&B, fusion and soul. Bass Player Magazine includes him in its list of the ten most influential jazz musicians of this generation. After several years of touring in the band of Miles Davis In the early 1980s, Miller Has developed a close professional and personal relationship with Davis which led to his collaboration on three critically acclaimed albums-the most famous being the groundbreaking “TUTU,” making Miller the last producer, arranger and principal composer of this great jazz legend. On the House of Jazz stage Marcus Miller will be accompanied by Anwar Marshall on drums, Donald Hayes on sax, Xavier Gordon on keyboards, and Russell Gunn on trumpet.