Steve Miller Band Pack

Steve Miller Band Pack

What's included

  • All tab
  • Chords
  • Chart
  • Guitar pro files

Songs in the pack:
1. The Joker
2. Jet Airliner
3. Rock'n Me
4. Jungle Love
5. Swingtown


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Steve Miller is an American guitarist, singer, and songwriter who is best known as the front man of the Steve Miller Band. Born on October 5, 1943, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Miller developed a passion for music at an early age. His mother was a jazz singer, and his father was a pathologist who also played guitar as a hobby.

Miller's musical journey began in the 1960s when he formed the Steve Miller Blues Band in San Francisco. The band later evolved into the Steve Miller Band and achieved significant commercial success throughout the 1970s and beyond. The band's sound blended elements of rock, blues, and pop, resulting in a string of hit songs that became radio staples.


Miller's guitar playing style is rooted in the blues, and he often incorporates intricate melodic lines and soulful solos into his music. His playing showcases a versatility that encompasses both electric and acoustic guitar. While he is primarily known for his work on the electric guitar, he has also demonstrated his skill on the slide guitar and other stringed instruments.


Some of the Steve Miller Band's most well-known songs include "The Joker," "Fly Like an Eagle," "Rock'n Me," and "Jet Airliner," among others. These songs showcase Miller's catchy songwriting, memorable guitar riffs, and smooth vocals. Throughout his career, he has sold millions of records and established himself as a prominent figure in the classic rock genre.

In addition to his guitar prowess, Miller is a talented songwriter and has been recognized for his contributions to the music industry. He has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and has received various accolades for his work.

Steve Miller continues to tour and perform, bringing his timeless music to audiences around the world. His guitar playing and songwriting have left an indelible mark on the rock music landscape, making him a respected and influential figure in the industry.


  • Lesson 1: Jet Airliner by Steve Miller Band - Guitar Lesson

    The Steve Miller Band has written countless hits over the decades and this song is among the greatest.

    Based on a very common blues riff but utilizing octaves and some quick chord hits, this tune is not only well written, but it’s a blast to play!

  • Lesson 2: The Joker - Steve Miller Band - Guitar Lesson

    In 1973 The Steve Miller Band released The Joker, an album and title song that started his journey into a more pop/rock direction that the more blues/psychedelic style that had been coming out of San Francisco for a few years.

    The Joker is a great example of how a simple chord progression, combined with some musical and lyrical hooks, can become a staple of the musical scene. It certainly helps that it is very easy to play as well.

    This lesson covers the chord progression and riff, as well as a look at the palm muting technique to help the guitar sound a little more like a bass.

  • Lesson 3: Jungle Love by Steve Miller Band - Guitar Lesson

    The Steve Miller Band has so many great hits, and this is one of their best.

    With quick chord changes interspersed with double stop licks and fast melodies, this lesson will challenge you and create some new hurdles that will ultimately improve your playing by leaps and bounds!

  • Lesson 4: Swingtown by Steve Miller Band - Guitar Lesson

    An incredibly fun and relatively simple song to play, this Steve Miller Band hit is one that will bring a smile to your face every time you play it.

    In this lesson you’ll learn not just how to play the chords, riffs and licks of the song, but also how to play the vocal melody on guitar so that you can hear those awesome lines every time you play, whether you sing or not!

  • Lesson 5: Rock’n Me by Steve Miller Band - Guitar Lesson

    This epic song has been a staple of every classic rock player’s repertoire for decades, and for good reason.

    Based in blues riffs but with a few unique twists, this tune is not only fun to play but can offer you great insight into the blending of rock and blues, the roots of so many iconic guitarists.