Nigerian-British Drummer and Film Maker Miller Luwoye recently set record has the first ever person to drum for 24 hours nonstop in aid of the NHS Charities Together which took place in the city of London, from 30th of November to 1st of December 2020.
During this record breaking event Miller’s fans from different countries across the world, watched his performance through live stream has he played over 250 songs in various genres such as Afrobeats, Jazz, Pop, Hip Hop, RnB, World Music, West African Highlife music, Fela Kuti to the music of the Beatles.
Miller Luwoye’s forward-thinking and creative min dwas praised by many of his peers and fans across the world during this exceptional event.
Miller Luwoye studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama London and later gained a scholarship to study further at the university where he graduated with a 1st class honors degree in Music Performance & Arts Management, and as well he acquired a Masters in Film Music Composition.
Today, he works as a Music Director, Drummer, Artistic Coordinator,and Children Educator who writes TV programmes for children and continues to conduct music sessions for children in schools around London and other parts of the United Kingdom.