Randy Miller has had a huge influence in the world of traditional New England fiddle music. As a piano player, he joined his brother Rodney in recording Castles in the Air, one of the first LPs of New England music, back in the 1970s. Later switching to fiddle and accordion, he has established himself as a contra dance and concert musician, teacher, workshop and session leader. Additionally, he has published several collections of music, which are available at Fiddlecase Books.

Gordon has enjoyed playing with Randy since the mid 1980s, when they were among the supporting musicians for a five-week European tour with the Green Mountain Volunteers, a dance performance group from Vermont. They continue to play regularly for dances and for concerts throughout New England. 

In 1989 Randy was the primary force behind the formation of the New Hampshire Fiddlers Union, a band which included his brother Rodney Miller, and Skip Gorman, with Gordon on piano. The group recorded a cassette called the Music of John Taggart, which were tunes that Randy had found in the memoir of Taggart at the New Hampshire Historical Society. The recording is out of print. Some of the tunes from that collection have worked their way into the mainstream repertoire.