Kirkcaldy gig celebrates music of Scottish legend, Frankie Miller led by his right hand man

One of Scotland’s greatest rock singers will be celebrated in a concert in Kirkcaldy featuring his right hand man.
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The Original Frankie Miller’s Full House is led by Ray Minhinnett who co-founded MIller’s original group in 1975 and worked with him in the studio and on the road over 40 years. Miller was a renowned singer until serious illness struck 30 years ago. He has not sung, written or performed since then.

He brings Full House to the Windsor Hotel on Saturday, April 27, and is also a special guest on the Letty Rock Show on K107FM on April 17 to talk about their careers and his life in music.

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Minhinnett played on Miller’s hit singles, including the classic UK top ten ‘Darlin’ in 1978. He has also acted as Miller’s studio director since 2007, including the last album ‘Double Take the Duets’, recorded in 2016/17 when Frankie’s vocals were lifted from songs he’d written and demo-d prior to his becoming so ill.

Full House play Frankie Miller at the Windsor Hotel, KirkcaldyFull House play Frankie Miller at the Windsor Hotel, Kirkcaldy
Full House play Frankie Miller at the Windsor Hotel, Kirkcaldy

With Miller’s blessing he formed Full House with original sidemen Henry McCullough, Tex Comer, Malcolm Mortimor, Steve Simpson and Ed Dean to help promote the Double Take album on the road.

Minhinnett has also been honoured with awards for Best British Blues Songwriter, and Best British Blues Album, as well as being nominated for Best British Blues Guitarist along with Eric Clapton, and Gary Moore.

Miller’s songs have been covered by around 150 artists including Johnny Cash, Travelling Wilburys, The Eagles, Rod Stewart, Elton John, Kid Rock, Everly Bros., Roy Orbison, and Bob Seger,.

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