Boz Scaggs was a founding member of Steve Miller's late-'60s band, but became better known for his R&B-flavored pop records during the '70s. His best selling pop disco album, 1975's Silk Degrees. It included four top 40 singles including "Lido Shuffle" and "Lowdown." The album reached number two and was certified platinum five times. Ever the chameleon, Scaggs career continued to evolve, delve into blues and vintage R&B sounds that influenced him, as well as perfrom modern adult-oriented soul, funk and even jazz.