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Roger Miller

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Roger Miller
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Roger Miller The seventeenth issue of the subscription to the Country Music Greats Magazine features Roger Miller. This issue also includes articles on Jan Howard, Charlie McCoy, Lefty Frizzell, and much more...

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If Hank Williams is the "Hillbilly Shakespeare," then Roger Miller is certainly the "Hillbilly Mark Twain." Armed with tremendous creative energy, a unique and courageous approach to songwriting, and a way out sense of humor, Roger Miller produced one of the most original and diverse bodies of work in American Music. He was a country singer of course, but singing was just one of his many talents. Roger could write a poignant, emotional ballad like "When Two Worlds Collide" on one day, and on the next write something totally off-the-wall, like "My Uncle Used To Love Me But She Died." Above all, Roger Miller loved life and living for the moment, and he followed inspiration wherever it led him. He was also, by all accounts, a real joy to be around. Thanks to videos, CDs, records, books and magazines, millions of fans will always remember Roger Miller as an artist of extraordinary ability, but only a few are lucky enough to have known Roger Miller, the man. Mary Miller, who was married to Roger until his untimely passing in 1992, knew him as well as anyone...

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The seventeenth issue of the subscription to the Country Music Greats Magazine features Roger Miller. This issue also includes articles on Jan Howard, Charlie McCoy, Lefty Frizzell, and much more...

Teaser from the Cover Story:

If Hank Williams is the "Hillbilly Shakespeare," then Roger Miller is certainly the "Hillbilly Mark Twain." Armed with tremendous creative energy, a unique and courageous approach to songwriting, and a way out sense of humor, Roger Miller produced one of the most original and diverse bodies of work in American Music. He was a country singer of course, but singing was just one of his many talents. Roger could write a poignant, emotional ballad like "When Two Worlds Collide" on one day, and on the next write something totally off-the-wall, like "My Uncle Used To Love Me But She Died." Above all, Roger Miller loved life and living for the moment, and he followed inspiration wherever it led him. He was also, by all accounts, a real joy to be around. Thanks to videos, CDs, records, books and magazines, millions of fans will always remember Roger Miller as an artist of extraordinary ability, but only a few are lucky enough to have known Roger Miller, the man. Mary Miller, who was married to Roger until his untimely passing in 1992, knew him as well as anyone...

Purchase this Back-Issue for the Full Story.

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