Tom Miller is an American Performance Artist living in Gainesville, Florida
Tom Miller (born October 5, 1965 in Hialeah, Florida) is an American writer, artist, musician, and performance artist. Beginning a career in Gainesville, Florida in 1984, his eclectic songs and performance elicit both laughter and shock from his audiences.
Notably, Miller performed in the bands Middle Earth, Plastic Age, The Screaming Helens, The Bill Perry Orchestra, Penguin, NDolphin, and Chicago's Vini and the Demons as the bass player.
He is a published author of 40 Chapbooks, and has over 40 "AudioArt" CDs to his credit. He is the director of more than 75 independent VideoFilms.
Miller is also known for notorious stunts including Gainesville's First Naked Press Conference, a 17 hour marathon reading of Truman Capote's "In Cold Blood", Hosting a decade of Gainesville's Hemp Fests, Painting portraits of Chief of Police Wayland Clifton as Elvis, and his frequent UFO Secrecy Protests.
The Tom Miller Show has been a staple of avant-garde entertainment in Gainesville, Florida for over 20 years, from 1984 to the present day. Mr. Miller has received significant press coverage for his many writings, artworks, performances, and activism in Gainesville, Florida over the last two decades.
He continues touring with live performance art shows, poetry readings, videography, and currently performs as his alterego, Slam Gunther on electric bass in the 60s style musical group, The Righteous Kind.
As an independent artist & musician, Tom Miller is the producer and author of some 40 CDs, which he makes available through his "imaginary" record label, FREDInk Records, or through Miller's personal web site at http://www.geocities.com/fredink/
Tom Miller generates private works exclusively through the kind donations of his many fans and supporters.
To contribute to Tom's continuing efforts in the arts, e-mail Tom at email@example.com or donate at the homepage: http://www.geocities.com/fredink/
Tom Miller performs in Gainesville, Florida and occasionally tours North.
Experimental artists such as Cage, Zappa, Hal McGee. Cocteau Twins, Paul McCartney, Beatles, Hendrix, Sakamoto, and many more.
All manner of Rinky-Dink devices.
All things Miller: http://www.geocities.com/fredink/