- Vocals and guitar in 'The curious Little Big Band'
- Available with just backing tracks
- Chad In Groom and Groom
- Lead singer for Easy Tiger and Mountain Cats
- Lead Singer for 'The Big Brunch Band'
- Stilts and additional Vocals for The Mad Cows
- Occasionally a wandering minstrel, especially on stilts
Miles has performed on the National Lottery Live during which he sang with Meatloaf and danced with Britney Spears, at Sir Paul McCartney’s 60th birthday party; with Roger Moore and Sir Cliff Richard in the Royal Albert Hall, after which he met Princess Diana and her two young sons; and in numerous theatres throughout the world including two year stint as Ritchie Valens in 'The Buddy Holly Story',(Strand Theatre, West End); Cliff in Cliff the Musical, (Prince of Wales Theatre, West End) ; Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar,
(Sobers Stadium, Barbados); soloist in Best of Broadway (at the Lisbon Coliseum and European tour); Garth Brooks in Legends of Country,( UK tour). Corporate work includes Tenor in ‘Tenors Incognito’, and Leads in internationalcollective.com shows.
A Band Named Brian
Billy Bragg meets Johnny Cash with Rolf doing the introductions and the Levellers shouting abuse from the shadows. Brian leads you through tales of love, loss, celebration and psychosis, then pricks your social conscience with a twinkle in his eye. A modern day one-man-band, using loop-pedal technology Brian enhances his raw acoustic grooves with layers of flute and vocal harmonies. But what you'll remember are the lyrics: sharp, witty, tender and hard-hitting.
“Beautiful voice, wonderful floating harmonies, great acoustic feel. Fantastic stuff.”
“Sort of like an Acoustic/Folk version of Tom Lehrer; good tunes, funny lyrics and intelligence.”
“...kind of ballroom-blitz meets the levellers with a sprinkling of Neil Innes.”
“The songs are great... lyrics are quite stand alone, in the tradition of Bob Dylan.”
“Wit and wisdom indeed.”
“Middle Class Blues was like reliving my life in three and a half minutes.”
“...Love Cashier - makes me laugh after a bad day” “Many people write songs – Brian gives birth to them – they're that personal.”