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Roger Miller To Release Classic Albums Digitally For The First Time

To honor Roger Miller’s life, legacy, and timeless music, Capitol Nashville/UMe will be making several of his classic albums originally released on Smash Records, Mercury Records, and MCA Records available digitally for streaming and download for the first time ever. Beginning today, three albums will be released once a...
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UMG Nashville releasing 12 Roger Miller albums digitally

Three will be rolled out once a month through summer. The year 2022 marks 65 years since Roger Miller first burst onto the Nashville songwriter’s scene in 1957 with his big break when then-rising country star George Jones recorded and released “Tall, Tall Trees,” which they co-wrote together on a road trip to Texas. To honor Miller’s life, legacy, and timeless music, Capitol Nashville/UMe will be making 12 of his classic albums originally released on Smash Records, Mercury Records, and MCA Records available digitally for streaming and download for the first time ever.
NASHVILLE, TN
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City Accepts Roger Miller Resignation, Looks Ahead To Finding New Director

At the end of January, an incident in which the City’s Director of Recreation and Golf Services, Roger Miller (and his wife) were identified in a video wherein anti-Asian sentiments were conveyed was brought to the attention of the City and City Manager Tina Friend. At that time, Friend immediately released a statement to the community addressing the video, stating that the employee in question, Roger Miller, had been placed on administrative leave, that the City would be moving forward with an investigation of the incident, and reaffirming the City’s commitment to cultural inclusivity and zero tolerance for discrimination or hate.
CORONADO, CA
The Coronado Times

Roger Miller Resignation: Q & A with Coronado City Manager Tina Friend

On Thursday, March 10th, Coronado City Manager Tina Friend shared a public statement on behalf of the City of Coronado: the City’s Director of Recreation and Golf Services, Roger Miller, […] The story Roger Miller Resignation: Q & A with Coronado City Manager Tina Friend appeared first on Coronado Times. Read more stories written by Christine Van Tuyl.
CORONADO, CA
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City of Coronado Accepts Resignation of Former Director Roger Miller, Concludes Investigation

City Manager Statement March 10, 2022 I have accepted the resignation of the City’s Director of Recreation and Golf Services, Roger Miller. This decision was made with careful consideration of […] The story City of Coronado Accepts Resignation of Former Director Roger Miller, Concludes Investigation appeared first on Coronado Times. Read more stories written by Managing Editor.
CORONADO, CA
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Hear Wednesday Cover Gary Stewart, Roger Miller, & Drive-By Truckers

The Asheville band Wednesday put out one the best albums of 2021, Twin Plagues. Earlier this week, one of its members announced a new album as MJ Lenderman. And today we get three new covers from Wednesday, which they recorded for Aquarium Drunkard’s Lagniappe Sessions series. If you recall the band’s haunting take on Edie Brickell’s “Ghost Of A Dog” that closes out Twin Plagues, you know they have a knack for transforming other people’s songs. For their Lagniappe Sessions, they utilized their talents to cover Gary Stewart’s “She’s Actin’ Single (I’m Drinking Doubles),” Roger Miller’s “Lock, Stock, And Teardrops,” and Drive-By Truckers’ “Women Without Whiskey.” Check them all out, alongside commentary from the band’s Karly Hartzman, right here.
ASHEVILLE, NC
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Roger Miller

Lexington - Roger Dale Miller, Sr., 78, of Lexington, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Saturday, September 4, 2021, at Forsyth Medical Center. A graveside service will be held at 2 pm on Thursday, September 9, 2021, at Forest Hill Memorial Park with Pastor Allen Greene officiating.
LEXINGTON, NC
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Roger Miller

Roger Miller, 82, Prairie Farm, Wis., passed away Friday, Dec. 11, 2020. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, June 18, 2021, from United Lutheran Church, Prairie Farm. Visitation will be held an hour prior to services.
PRAIRIE FARM, WI
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Roger Miller, 82, of Prairie Farm

Roger Miller, 82, of Prairie Farm, passed away December 11th. Survivors include his wife, Carol; son: Michael Miller; daughter: Diane Kistner; brother: Charles Miller; sisters: Adaline Cizek and Sharon Dorff. Funeral services for Roger Miller are at United Lutheran Church in Prairie Farm on Friday at 11am. Visitation is from...
PRAIRIE FARM, WI
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Roger Miller

Roger F. Miller, 74, of LaMotte, Iowa, passed away peacefully on May 13, 2021 at Mercy One in Dubuque. A private family service and burial at St. Catherine cemetery will be held with Fr. Dave Ambrosy officiating. The family greeted relatives and friends on Tuesday, May 18, from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. at Happy’s Place in Dubuque.
DUBUQUE, IA

On This Day: Country Singer Roger Miller Guest-Stars On ‘The Muppet Show’ in 1979

Forty-two years ago today, country star Roger Miller appeared alongside everyone’s favorite puppets on “The Muppet Show.”. Singer, songwriter and actor, Roger Miller began his musical career in the 1950s by writing songs for performers Jim Reeves and Ray Price. But it wasn’t until a decade later that his career really took off. In the mid-1960s, Roger Miller transitioned from songwriting to recording and released several chart-topping songs. Some of these songs include, “King of the Road,” “Dang Me,” and “England Swings.” On his website, Miller talked about growing up in a poor family during the Great Depression. He said that, even as a kid, he always “craved” attention.
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Oliver the Kid explores Roger Miller on Country Spotlight, May 6

WTJU’s youngest deejay, Oliver the Kid, returns this Thursday afternoon, May 6, at 1 (edt) with another Country Spotlight. This month he will explore the sounds of Roger Miller, an American singer-songwriter, musician, and actor, widely known for his honky-tonk-influenced novelty songs and his chart-topping country and pop hits “King of the Road”, “Dang Me”, and “England Swings”, all from the mid-1960s Nashville sound era.
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