As one of Motown’s most successful hitmakers, legendary songwriter/producer, Ron Miller, penned some of the label’s biggest hits including multiple Grammy Award winner, “For Once in My Life,” recorded by over 700 major label artists and inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Some of his other standards include, “Touch Me in the Morning,” “Heaven Help Us All,” “A Place in the Sun,” “Yester-me, Yester-you, Yesterday,” “Someday at Christmas,” “I’ve Never Been to Me,” and “If I Could.” Ron’s songs continue to be reimagined for every generation with recent recordings by Lizzo and Justin Bieber. In addition to his numerous RIAA Gold and Multi-Platinum records and BMI awards, Ron’s songs have been featured in many blockbuster and Academy Award-winning films, and on countless television shows throughout the decades as well as in major global ad campaigns. Motown founder Berry Gordy said it best, “Ron Miller, an artist like you does not only come ‘For Once in My Life,’ but for once, period.”

Performed and hosted by Lisa Dawn Miller

Featuring (for Show Premiere at 54 Below NYC, October 8, co-produced by Rob Schneider):
Oliver Richman
Sandy Hackett
And more TBA