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William ‘Mr. Stress’ Miller was a cornerstone of the Cleveland blues music scene. Mr. Stress recently passed away and local musicians are coming together to ‘play’ their respects.

Mr. Stress brought his love of blues music to thousands over the years. He started playing his harmonica in Northeast Ohio in 1966 and was considered to be Cleveland’s version of Paul Butterfield.

Colin Dussault and Austin ‘Walkin’ Cane provided a musical tribute to Mr. Stress in  the Fox 8 studio.

The Mr. Stress Memorial is being held on Tuesday June 2nd from 6-10pm at the Euclid Tavern/Happy Dog Saloon.  This is the place that Mr. Stress called home for many years. The memorial will feature a variety of Northeast Ohio musicians.

Click here to learn more about the special Mr. Stress Memorial.