Mel Green at Wake Up & Smell the Poetry an unusual spoken word and music open mic (Photo by Dan Tappan)
Mel at The Loop Singer-Songwriter series at the Somerville Armory, May 2108
Mel was the headliner at TJS Music Club in Johannesburg, backed up on bass by Nippy Cripwell, a long-time vet of the South African music scene, in 2018/
Mel was one of many musicians selected to perform recently at The Barleycorn Music Club's Benefit Show in Cape Town in March 2108.
August 2017 with Chip Canty at Summer Acoustic Music Camp (Photo by Dan Tappan)
Mel was the PCA feature in February of 2017
(Photo by Dan Tappan)
Mel set for his PCA feature in February of 2017 mostly featured love songs.
Mel at Summer Acoustic Music Week, July 2013
Mel planned a set of love songs for his Valentines Day feature at the PCA in 2016
Mel plays out at many of the local Boston area open mics especially a favorite, at the Lincoln Library
(Photo by John Ferullo)
Mel has attended the Summer Acoustic Music Week since 2000... a source of change and inspiration for his music.
Paul Lee, Mel and Eric Luskin on stage at Mel's feature at The Center for the Arts in Natick
With longtime band buddies, The Maple Street Project, at a Needham, MA concert.
WIth the Maple Street Project at the SAMW stage at the Boston Folk Festival.
Mel solo feature at Wake Up & Smell the Poetry 2020 (Photo by Dan Tappan)
Mel solos at TCAN.
A photocollage using Michael Maloney's portrait and Mel's own photo of Coffin Beach in Gloucester
Paul, Mel & Eric feature at Savoury Lane, West Acton, Mass.
Eric, Mel and Paul at the RiverFest, Pawtucket, Mass.
Mel sings backup harmony for Kate Campbell, at the South Shore Folk Music Club.
Mel opens at OneWorld Coffehouse, Essex, Mass.
SInging to an inquisitive equine, Dulcinea in Utah, 2004
Mel & Mel singing "The Coachman" a cocktail hour gig in East London, South Africa in 1964.
Me Green (l) and Mel Miller (r) audition Julian Laxton for their first Columbia recording session,1964. (Photo by Dave Sapire)
Julian, Mel and Me at University of Cape Town, Jameson Hall Concert, 1965
A youthful Mel solo in South Africa, 1968.