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Greetings From Serbia

  1. You Started Something (Live)

  2. 1972 (Live)

  3. I'm So Glad (Live)

  4. Lament (Live)

  5. No No No (Live)

  6. Free (Live)

  7. Gorilla (Live)

  8. I Can't Explain (Live)

  9. The Queen's Carnival (Live)

  10. Fire (Live)

Robert Miller’s stunning jazz fusion/rock crossover project at their most raw, experimental and improvisational… this LP will live up to everything that you could have hoped for – and perhaps make you appreciate one of North American jazz’s most inventive modern acts even more than you already do…this LP is an amazingly magnetizing piece of music that allows us to get a front row seat to one of the most spellbinding live bands actively touring today…and this record truly encapsulates the energy of their relentless musicality.” (Skopemag)

“Greetings From Serbia amplifies the confident jazz rhythm of their studio work for an open air audience primed for original grooves and melodies that soar skyward towards the heavens… This record didn’t live up to any of my expectations – it exceeded them by a healthy mile or so…Most artists spend a lifetime trying to commit this sort of passion to an LP, but for Project Grand Slam the magic was awaiting them in a quiet little corner of the Balkans the whole time.” (Mobangeles)

“Greetings from Serbia makes Project Grand Slam’s fans and listeners feel as if they were a part of the actual Nisville Jazz Festival last year. There is something in it for everybody. This 10-track album garners an A rating.” (Digital Journal)

 “There’s so many high points on Greetings From Serbia that it almost feels cheap to try and cherry pick from the track listing. Listening to the record from start to finish is as chill-inducing as attending a festival chock full of the vitality that comes alive when creative souls are occupying the same space on earth…Spiked with guttural guitar riffage, sexy crooning and hard funk tonality that breaks through our speakers and fills up any room it’s played in, this record is exactly what 2019 needs to get off on the right foot.” (IndiePulseMusic)

“Music buffs young and old, American and Serbian and of the jazz or rock persuasion alike, need to give Greetings from Serbia a close look...this is one hundred percent free of filler and fluff. It’s Project Grand Slam cleanly produced and joyously unhinged...and it stands out as a watershed record.” (TheIndieSource)

“Miller’s bass playing is definitely a force in every performance, but it’s telling how his band first aesthetic, a hallmark of any truly great musician, enlivens their overall approach…Project Grand Slam is life affirming, celebratory, and Greetings from Serbia will begin the band’s 2019 on quite a high point.” (GashouseRadio)

“Fans of pure jazz fusion as it was always meant to be consumed rejoice; 2019 officially commences with this release…If Greetings from Serbia doesn’t stimulate your soul then I don’t know what could…Robert Miller’s most recent contribution to the international pop songbook is unquestionably worth acquiring if you’re keen on great music.” (NeuFutur)

“Greetings from Serbia is a magnificent profile of the Miller-fronted vehicle’s unique sound…This is one of the most talked about releases of 2019…my gut tells me that this record is going to be one of the bigger live albums of 2019…I can’t wait to hear what 2019 holds for PGS – so far, it’s even better than what previous years have produced.” (Vents Magazine)

“Greetings from Serbia chronicles Project Grand Slam’s creativity in a manner befitting their stellar reputation…Project Grand Slam brings a wild imagination to bear on their work and we can be sure they will be with us for a long time to come.” (Too Much Love Magazine)

“Greetings from Serbia gets an inspired reaction with every listen it’s afforded... When the music ceases and the crowd’s applause fades into silence, the magnitude of what we’ve just heard begins to sink in. Project Grand Slam won me over with The PGS Experience, but this album has made them not only one of my favorite jazz groups to emerge from the 2010s but a band that I believe has the power to shape the narrative of their genre.” (IndieBandGuru)

“Listeners are treated to Project Grand Slam’s greatest work yet…Greetings from Serbia solidifies PGS as perhaps the most endearing and evocative band in all of contemporary fusion…Project Grand Slam dive head first into the deep end of compositional creativity and reemerge with a plethora of sonic gems to be appreciated for a generation to come…The caliber of the content is beyond A-grade, and anyone looking to start off 2019 on a high note would be wise to acquire this album the day it comes out.” (Independent Music and Arts)

“Greetings From Serbia is engaged listening on steroids, and those bold enough to enter its brutal sonic waves should beware of the intensity they’re about to face... this live record has shown me that they’re even more impactful and potent on stage than they are inside the four walls of a studio…Unabashedly raw and unrefined but nevertheless the smoothest live record I’ve reviewed in a long time, Greetings From Serbia is a postcard from beyond the realm of pop predictability… Project Grand Slam pull out all the stops and give music enthusiasts and critics alike something to really celebrate heading into 2019. You don’t have to be familiar with this group to appreciate the massive achievement this album is, and I would even recommend this LP as a premier starting point for anyone trying to familiarize themselves with the divine works of Robert Miller.” (IndieMusicReview)

“Greetings from Serbia is a perspective on Robert Miller’s critically acclaimed jazz vehicle that we’ve never seen or heard before…Their insatiably rhythmic live shows have garnered quite the reputation for the band and demonstrate their deeply intimate connection with the music that they play. Greetings from Serbia is an exhibition in creative chemistry recorded in real time…Bold, beautiful and evocative …This is yet another huge win for Project Grand Slam and Robert Miller.” (TheMusic.Reviews)

“This is music that celebrates life, creativity, and the sense of community created by musical art. It comes roaring out of the gate and clearly charges its audience with its fiery, but never gratuitous, pyrotechnics…You can’t go wrong with Project Grand Slam’s Greetings from Serbia.” (IndieShark)

“Project Grand Slam, over the course of six albums, has established themselves as one of the pre-eminent forces in American music with their bold invocation of jazz rock fusion and willingness to take chances…Greetings from Serbia offers listeners an important aural reminder of where a band truly exists – on the stage.” (MusicExistence)


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Tree of Life [Single] (2018)

A truly compelling work…with an understated but very powerful message” (Skopemag)

“Magnificent”; “Haunting” (Too Much Love Magazine)

“Powerfully resonating…The song has an effect that you simply can’t ignore” (themusic.reviews)

“A ballad of colossal proportion…which involves the talents of the exquisite Baden Goyo (piano) and the dreamy vocals of Ziarra Washington” (indieshark.com)

“A vital breath of fresh air…an undeniably awesome piece…a beautiful song” (indiepulsemusic.com)


Trippin' (2018)

  1. 1972

  2. You Started Something

  3. Lament

  4. No No No

  5. Trippin'

  6. Country Drive

  7. March of the Diplomats

  8. I Can't Explain

  9. Everyone Swears

  10. Ride 'em High

  11. Cousins

“Trippin’ Named a “Best Of 2018”: Robert Miller’s Project Grand Slam, which hit the #1 Jazz contemporary charts over the summer per Billboard, has brilliantly fused an amalgam of jazz with rock. His cover of The Who’s 1965 hit, “I Can’t Explain” (following his covers of songs by Cream and The Kinks), is wonderfully conceived. He evens mimics Townshend’s windmill guitar salute in the accompanying video.” (The Improper)

"'Trippin' promises to be one of the most talked about albums of 2018...I have no doubt that it's going to be the biggest jazz release of the latter half of the 2010s.” (Skope Mag)

"Trippin' is already garnering enough praise to make it a major contender in the race for album of the year...this is unquestionably the band to watch as we enter the 2020s.” (TheIndieSource.com)

"A truly amazing album.” (Jonathan Widran)

“Musicianship beyond reproach. 5/5 Stars.” (Keith 'MuzikMan' Hannaleck)

"A soulful experience you don't wanna miss...a noble effort.” (Smooth Jazz Magazine)

"Thank god for what Project Grand Slam is doing in music right now.” (Independent Music and Arts)

"Robert Miller has cultivated an awe inspiring ensemble sound that combines classic fusion, funk, rock and Latin.” (Jazz Quad)

“Bassist Robert Miller and Project Grand Slam are among the best musical acts working in the United States today…they continue building a reputation as one of the more diverse and musically rich outfits working in American music today…They generate real heat with “No No No” while providing music fans with a thoroughly entertaining experience.” (NoDepression)

"In the song 'Lament', one of the biggest highlights from Trippin', Ziarra Washington delivers the most awe inspiring set of vocals this side of the 20th Century amid a jazz composition from Robert Miller that has got to be one of the most creatively designed that I've ever had the chance to review...The future is now and Project Grand Slam appear to be at the forefront of it.” (GashouseRadio.com) 

 - "'Lament' isn't a traditional love song in nature, but more of an elegy for love and the hearts that it victimizes indiscriminately. Nevertheless, this is one of the most infectious love songs I've heard in a long time."  (NoDepression.com) 

 "'Lament' is a brooding and reflective jazz ballad from the mind of Robert Miller and executed under the most precise, glowing production of 2018...There's something really special about Trippin' and 'Lament' in particular that sets this project apart from any of its major contemporaries in the jazz or pop music scenes."  (MobAngeles.com) 

 


The PGS Experience (2017)

  1. Metro Shuffle
    (feat. Mindi Abair)

  2. Free

  3. Fishin'
    (feat. Mindi Abair)

  4. Hollywood

  5. I'm So Glad

  6. Gorilla (Live)

  7. You Really Got Me (Live)

  8. The Queen's Carnival (Live)

  9. Fire (Live)

"A 'must know about' album!" (Jazziz Magazine)

“Fresh, diverse and full of energy!...Man, they just kill it live!” (Keith “Muzikman” Hannaleck)

”Fast and furious funk, infectious melodies and spirited jams!" (Jonathan Widran)

"Hold on to your seats...this album exudes excitement!" (Smooth Jazz Magazine)

"Jazz fusion at its best!" (BVS Reviews)

"A uniquely passionate take on jazz fusion that demonstrates the band's love for their art!" (1 In Music)

"Excellent...the fusion absolutely cooks with great solos and stellar musicianship!" (Sea Of Tranquility 4/4 Stars)

"I take my hat off to the creative aspirations of Robert Miller...'The PGS Experience' will take a special place in the discography of this famous band!" (Jazz Quad)


Queen's Carnival 2016

The Queen's Carnival (2016)

  1. Beyond Forever

  2. The Rescue

  3. You Really Got Me
    (Feat. Lucy Woodward)

  4. The Queen's Carnival

  5. Gorilla

  6. New Folk Song

  7. It's The Beat

  8. Slap Shot

  9. Lucky Seven

  10. You Really Got Me (Inst)

  11. Lullaby For Julesy

"A uniquely affecting work…impossibly memorable!” (No Depression)

“An inspired album…a work of ensemble genius!” (Music Existence)


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Made In New York (2015)

  1. New York City Groove
    (Feat. Kat Robichaud)

  2. The Winner

  3. Around The Horn

  4. The Gift (Juliet's Song)

  5. Fire
    (Feat. Kat Robichaud)

  6. Boston Common

  7. Because She Said So (Live)

  8. Cakewalk For Debra (Live)

  9. New York City Groove (Inst)

“Fantastic!” (BVS Reviews)

"Very hot in every way!” (Jazz Quad)

"Fire 'is a spectacular single with a sleek, modern sound!' (All What’s Rock) 


TWENTY (Robert Miller) (2014)

  1. Studio One

  2. Spring Dance

  3. Cakewalk For Debra

  4. Because She Said So

  5. Five To Six

  6. Ode To Jerry

  7. Ma Petite Fleur

  8. Riding The Berks

  9. Heat

  10. Catch You Later

  11. Out Of Tahini

  12. Stinger

  13. Heat 2007

  14. Return Voyage

  15. Flat Busted

  16. Cannonball

"TWENTY is a fun-filled, retrospective romp!” (Jonathan Widran)

"TWENTY is an excellent résumé of twenty years of Robert Miller’s musical career!” (Michel’s Notes)


Spring Dance (2012)

  1. Spring Dance

  2. Joe Z

  3. Ma Petite Fleur

  4. Remember

  5. Catch You Later

  6. The Turn

  7. Flat Busted

  8. He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother

  9. Remember (Inst)

“PGS is full of talent and … has crafted an album that anyone will be sure to enjoy!” (Muzikreviews.com)


Play (2008)

  1. Studio One

  2. Because She Said So

  3. The Captain Of Her Heart (feat. Judie Tzuke)

  4. Riding The Berks

  5. Baal Hasulam

  6. Harry Knuckles

  7. Portrait Of Katie

  8. Out Of Tahini

  9. Shades Of Memories

  10. Heat 2007

  11. Ode To Jerry

  12. Doin' The Worm

  13. The Captain Of Her Heart (Inst)

"The grooves produced by Project Grand Slam are grand and reign supreme!” (Celebritycafe.com)

“Play will give you terminal joy from start to finish!” (Keith “Muzikman” Hannaleck)


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 Prisoners of Love (The Robert Miller Group) (1996)

  1. Sami's Strut

  2. Euphoria

  3. Cannonball

  4. Heat

  5. Return Voyage

  6. Stx

  7. Stinger

  8. (It Happened On) Carrol St.

  9. Five To Six

  10. Viva Cachimba!

"Extremely hip, tight yet edgy" (All Music)