It seems that contempt for his radio-friendly '70s tunes such as "The Joker" and "Fly Like an Eagle" drove Steve Miller off the stage in '80s. He told Rolling Stone in 2008, "Bands like X were the big thing in L.A., and my work was being called unmitigated slop. I said to myself, 'I get it! I'm outt ... More >>
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