Sean McCue & Friends, Emile Millar, One Hundred Paces

Sean McCue & Friends

Emile Millar

One Hundred Paces

Tue 4.25.17

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$8.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is all ages

Emile Millar
Emile Millar
Emile grew up surfing with his father in a small town 20 miles north of Santa Barbara called Gaviota. He learned to play guitar on a nylon string Yamaha which was his father's first Christmas gift from his mom. His parents grew African flowers on Hollister Ranch, an area known for its great surf spots and private beaches. Countless musicians, hippies, surfers, and cowboys were daily visitors and the records brought to the house are the records Emile claims his influence. From Beach Boys to Waylon Jennings, Jackson Browne to ELO, Emile was exposed to timeless songwriters that helped mold the artist he is today. In the mid 90's Emile began the critically acclaimed band The Lapdancers (featuring members of Popsicko, Sugarcult, Bad Astronaut) and released The Ghost of Alcohol and Song which received great reviews and national attention. Emile's next project was the artist popular LA based band Postfontaine. After countless label showcases and lunches at The Ivy, Emile decided to go it alone and produce his first solo record Stay Here. Featured in many network television shows and movies including Waitress and Sunshine Cleaning, Stay Here received rave reviews and acts as Emile’s calling card for many musicians who enjoy his producing talents. Emile now calls Austin TX home where he continues to write music and produce records. Emile's latest record Neighbors is now available online, at his website (www.emilemillar.com), and at fine independent record shops. Emile is currently performing in Austin and LA as well as collaborating on several recording projects; his follow up EP to Neighbors will be available Christmas 2011.
Venue Information:
SOhO Restaurant and Music Club
1221 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA, 93101