Native American folk and ethnic singer-songwriter Bill Miller was born on January 23, 1955 in reservation Stockbridge-Munsee near Shawano in Wisconsin. He is of Mohican origin and his Native name means “bird song” (Fush-Ya Heay Aka). Miller plays guitar and Native American flute. He began his career in 1984 when he moved to Nashville, Tennessee. During his career, he was greatly recognized receiving Grammy Award for "Best Native American Music Album" for instrumental Cedar Dream Songs. The first his breakthrough to the success is associated with his 1993 album Red Road. Tori Amos, a famous singer, listened to the album and offered Miller to support her during her Under the Pink tour. From our site, you can download Bill Miller’s breakthrough album in mp3. Miller also toured with Eddie Vedder, The BoDeans, Richie Havens gaining many fans.