Guitarist Dominic Miller spent the first ten years of his life in Argentina, then, following his family’s move to North America, settled in Wisconsin, where he attended The Prairie School, until another move, two years later, to London, England. Coming from a musical family, he was a serious guitarist by age eleven and subsequently studied at London’s Guildhall School of Music and, returning to America, at Boston’s Berklee College of Music. After touring and recording with the band World Party in the 1980s, he became member of King Swamp and toured with them. He later worked on a Phil Collins’ solo album, and hooked up with Sting in 1990. He has been on the road on every Sting tour and in the studio on every Sting album since then. Together with Sting, he co-wrote the song “Shape of My Heart.” Dominic also tours solo and has released several solo guitar albums. You can go to www.DominicMiller.com to learn more.