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Albums from Roy Acuff, Buck Owens and Roger Miller

Review by Robert Shelton, The New York Times, 21 March 1965

Nashville's Modern Folk ...

Coppers on Bikes Got Roger Miller Swinging!

Interview by Ann Moses, New Musical Express, 7 January 1966

"England swings like a pendulum do. 
Bobbies on bicycles, two by two. 
Westminster Abbey, the Tower, Big Ben; 
The rosy-red cheeks of the little children."
(Part ...

Roger Miller: '65's Pop Surprise Man

Profile by uncredited writer, KRLA Beat, 8 January 1966

WITH THE Old Year now just a part of history, there is one man in this world of pop who must undoubtedly have been quite ...

Roger Miller & Little Jimmy Dickens: A Happy Thing Happened On Our Way To Hullabaloo

Report by Jane Heil, Hit Parader, April 1966

ISN'T THAT Roger Miller standing over on the sidelines at the Hullabaloo rehearsal? Are those tears in his eyes? What's he doing here, anyway; he isn't even ...

Stars Turn Out For Grammys: Standing Ovation For Herb Alpert

Report by Louise Criscione, Carol Deck, KRLA Beat, 9 April 1966

HOLLYWOOD: In the finest tradition of glittering Hollywood premieres and openings, the Eighth Annual Grammy Awards were presented in the International Ballroom of the Beverly ...

Roger Miller: A Punny Man

Profile and Interview by Pete Johnson, Los Angeles Times, 2 July 1966

"A WOMAN'S place is in the stove," Roger Miller drawled over the babble of four housewives sitting behind him in a plush Encino restaurant. ...

Roger Miller: In The Red For Eight Of His Ten Singing Years

Interview by David Griffiths, Record Mirror, 2 December 1967

ROGER MILLER – both on and off record – has a quiet, relaxed, uncomplicated approach to his music and to life. Yet he's had 10 ...

Roger Miller: Roger Miller 1970 (Mercury stereo 6338 001; 30s. 11d.)

Review by Richard Green, New Musical Express, 27 June 1970

BECAUSE ROGER Miller is such a good songwriter it's odd that only one of the tracks here is his own composition. It would be much ...

Roger Miller

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, The Faber Companion to 20th-Century Popular Music, 2001

b. Roger Dean Miller 2 January 1936, Forth Worth, Texas, USA, d. 25 October 1992, Los Angeles, California ...


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