Steve Miller is probably one of the most versatile musicians to stay really popular from the ’60s and ’70s well into the ’80s. The difference between “The Joker” and “Abracadabra” is vast, to say the least. And while millennials may have had their first interaction with Miller through Seal’s version of “Fly Like an Eagle” (used in the opening montage of Space Jam), beginning in the ’90s, Miller actually rebranded himself as something of a blues-rock god. Whether you’ve been a fan since “Take the Money and Run” or “Jungle Love,” the one thing that is certain is that Steve Miller is beloved. He’ll be there with Peter Frampton, who had some of the best hair of all of the 1970s.