‘Hidden Treasures’ needs no further explanation. The four here in the spotlights standing singer-songwriters prove that they went successfully through the evolution of the single guitar-playing singer-songwriter to the one who is surrounded by a full band. Greg Copeland, Bob Cheevers, Keith Miles and Barry Ollman sure are ‘Hidden Treasures’!
— Lambert Smits
Miles is at his best on “Kerouac Days,” which captures the carefree spirit of the great beat writer, and on the smile-inducing toe-tapper “Ask Me Tomorrow,” which cautions his muse: I ain’t got time for you to wait to take a chance, when I move you know I like to hit the gas. I like my tea with gin and lots of sassafras, staying one step in front of sorrow.
“Keith Miles’ songs emerge from a place where bluegrass, country, the Grateful Dead, and Jack Kerouac converge.”
– David Kleiner
Minor 7th Magazine