These things I did not know until they were pointed out by a colleague:
Judith Miller grew up in Miami and Los Angeles, where she graduated from Hollywood High School. Her father, Bill Miller, was the owner of a night club in New Jersey and later in Las Vegas. Her sister Susan has a degree in photography from the San Francisco Art Institute. Her half-brother Jimmy Miller was a record producer during the late 1960s and early 1970s, working in support of the Rolling Stones, Traffic, the Spencer Davis Group and Delaney and Bonnie, among others.
As many of you know, the good Miller produced four of the greatest works of 20th century popular music: Beggars Banquet, Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers, and Exile on Main St. He also played the drums on “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” and “Happy,” and added the more cowbell to “Honky Talk Women.” Alas, Judy burned off all of the family’s karmic deposits by letting Dick Cheney’s demon life get her in its sway.