Gary Miller Songs

"As a song poet there are few in the world today to match him"
Green Man Review, USA


Gary's Major Projects and Direct Business Links : -

Mad Martins

The official Homepage of Gary's epic 50-track 3xCD & Deluxe 104-page Book, Performance and Theatre Project about the Martin Brothers of Tynedale.

Helen Temperley

The official Homepage of Gary's official Artist, Illustrator and Designer, and Community Arts Business Partner in Whippet Lodge, Whippet Records and Whippet Workshops, Helen Temperley.


Whippet Records

Gary's self-managed Record Label, which he founded in partnership with his twin brother Glenn in 1988. The majority of Gary's recordings are released through Whippet Records.

The Whisky Priests

The internationally-acclaimed cult "folk-rock" band that Gary founded with his twin brother Glenn in 1985. Disbanded in 2002, but reunited in 2018 for 'Bloody Well Back!', a one-off Reunion Tour.


Whippet Lodge

Gary & Helen's Holiday Cottage and 'Artist's Retreat' in the rural village of Swinton in the Scottish Borders.

Whippet Workshops

Gary & Helen's Community Arts Service for delivering cross-collaborative arts projects and workshops throughout regional, national and international communities.


Some of Gary's Collaborations : -

Lone Pine Pictures

The official Homepage of Durham-based film company whose debut documentary 'The Little Count' featured Gary & Keith Armstrong's song 'Ballad of the Little Count' as it's theme song. Gary and Helen collaborated again with Lone Pine Pictures on 'The Butcher Baronet', about the legendary historical figure John Duck.

Awake! Music

The official Homepage of Record Producer and Performer Iain Petrie, and Gary's regular studio producer and engineer since 2009, as well as his collaborator on various community arts projects.


Ferryhill Town Band

The official Homepage of Ferryhill Town Band, who Gary first collaborated with on his 'From Coalfield to Battlefield' Project in 2017.

Mad Dogs & Englishmen

Acoustic Trio featuring Gary, his twin brother and Whisky Priests co-founder Glenn, and Joseph Porter of Blyth Power (2000-2002).


Friends of Gary : -