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Dirty Words & Thoughts About Music: Juno Awards 2008

By Brian Wright-McLeod
News From Indian Country

Derek Miller: The Dirty Looks [Arbor]. The 2008 recipient of the coveted Juno Award (Canada’s Grammy) in the Aboriginal music category, Derek Miller, claims his second national industry trophy since 2002 for Music Is The Medicine. His latest album, The Dirty Looks, features the signature power chord trio inspired by the late Link Wray.

The album, brimming with blistering tracks of rock/blues-driven guitar songs, have blazed a trail for Miller’s career. “It’s just mind-blowing that I’ve been blessed with this recognition,” Miller exclaimed. More recently, Miller has been working on releasing an album with Double Trouble in 2009 featuring special guest appearance by Willie Nelson.

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