Prescription for the Blues
Doc Brown ranks as one of Denver's finest, most explosive talents. Mark has been playing the guitar for over forty years, soaking up music and styles like a sponge along the way. Milt Miller bought his first bass guitar at age 13 after noticing there were too many guitar players and not enough bass players. Milt started playing guitar at age 9, taking lessons from jazz great Stacy McGee of the famed Les Brown Orchestra. Gregg 'Porterhouse' Wilson has been a 'working musician' since the early age of fourteen, when he began performing in clubs in the New York area, taking after his father, also a drummer, and his Great Aunt, Blues legend Victoria Spivey.