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Ronnie Milsap – Live

Ronnie Milsap – Live

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Ronnie Milsap has enjoyed one of the most distinguished and honored careers of any artist in music history. His smooth, soulful voice and powerful stage presence have earned him forty #1 hits, six Grammys and seven Country Music Awards, just to name a few. The multi-dimensional performer and his songs have become a mainstay on both pop and country radio.

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Lost in the Fifties Tonight / Heart & Soul Reviews

Lost in the Fifties Tonight / Heart & Soul

Digitally remastered two-fer containing a pair of albums from the Country icon. Lost in the Fifties Tonight was one of his biggest albums reaching #1 on the country charts in 1986 and it’s follow up Heart & Soul was one of his last Top 20 Country album chart hits. The two albums between them spawned seven Country single #1s. The track and album, “Lost in the Fifties Tonight” is his most honored work receiving the following awards: Academy of Country Music 1985 Song of the Year, Billboard #1 Country Song of 1985, Country Music Association 1986 Album of the Year and 1985 Grammy Best Male Country Vocal Performance. T-Bird Americana.

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Comedy Zone: Kier
He has worked with such greats as Reba McEntire, Oprah Winfrey, Ronnie Milsap, Kevin Bacon, and many others and had multiple appearances on the Bob & Tom Show and John Boy and Billy. A highlight of Kier's show is his History of Rock Guitar Riffs.
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Ronnie Milsap: A Legend in His Own Time
The only real surprise about Ronnie Milsap getting into the Country Music Hall of Fame is the incredible notion that he wasn't there already. His career numbers are pretty staggering: 35 Billboard No. 1 singles, placing him in the all-time Top 5; eight …
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Ronnie Milsap Embarks on Final Tour
Ronnie Milsap is heading out on one final tour, as a farewell to his loyal fans. The 71-year-old, whose career has spanned more than four decades, kicked off his last shows over the weekend, with dates extending into next year. “You get to a place …
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Ronnie Milsap, Mac Wiseman and Hank Cochran Join the Country Music Hall of Fame
Three eras of country music history were represented tonight (Oct. 26) as Ronnie Milsap, Mac Wiseman and Hank Cochran were formally inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame at the Medallion Ceremony.
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Ticket alert: Smashing Pumpkins, Melissa Etheridge, Ronnie Milsap, Charli XCX

Ticket alert: Smashing Pumpkins, Melissa Etheridge, Ronnie Milsap, Charli XCX
The Smashing Pumpkins, June 22, Midland. $ 39.50-$ 49.50. Melissa Etheridge, June 24, Uptown. $ 35-$ 140.25. Ronnie Milsap, June 27, Ameristar. $ 40-$ 57.70. Shinedown, Aug. 2, Midland. $ 39.50-$ 46.50. Charli XCX and Bleachers with Børns, Aug.
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Hunter Hayes Reflects on Ronnie Milsap's 'Astonishing' Influence
In a music career that has spanned nearly five decades, the influence of Ronnie Millsap is undeniable. Yet, since the bulk of his biggest radio hits came throughout the Seventies and Eighties, it may be surprising to some to find that Milsap continues …
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39 Years Ago: Ronnie Milsap Is Inducted Into the Grand Ole Opry
Forty years ago today (Feb. 6, 1976) was a day of celebration for Ronnie Milsap. It was on this day that the singer-songwriter was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, when he was just 33 years old. Milsap became an Opry member just as he was beginning to …
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Community Concert presents Savannah Jack at 7 p.m. Thursday
Savannah Jack, which features a repertoire of hits from artists such as Ronnie Milsap, The Gatlin Brothers, Kenny Rogers, The Beatles and The Eagles, is comprised of five performers on stage. The performers infuse their individual styles to create a …
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72 Years Ago: Ronnie Milsap Is Born in North Carolina
Happy birthday to Ronnie Milsap! The singer was born on this day (Jan. 16, 1943) in Robbinsville, N.C.. While Milsap has led an extraordinary life, his humble beginnings were anything but promising. Almost completely blind since birth, due to a …
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Lewis Black, Ronnie Milsap to make return appearances at Stiefel Theatre
21 with an 8 p.m. concert by country artist Ronnie Milsap. At 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22, Get the Led Out, considered the foremost Led Zeppelin tribute band in the world, will perform many of the seminal rock band's greatest hits. Bestselling author Anne …
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Ronnie Milsap: Greatest Hits, Vol. 2

Ronnie Milsap: Greatest Hits, Vol. 2

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Ronnie Milsap: 40 #1 Hits Reviews

Ronnie Milsap: 40 #1 Hits

Long before Lee Roy Parnell copped Delbert McClinton for mainstream country, and Ronnie Dunn challenged Vince Gill for soulful-country-ballad supremacy, Ronnie Milsap brought sanitized R&B to Nashville. But as a full-rounded performer, Milsap also knew his way around deep-dish country, rock & roll, and middle-of-the-road smoothies, all of which he integrated into an enormously popular, piano-based country-pop style that earned him 40 chart-topping singles, six Grammys, and eight CMA awards in the ’70s and ’80s. Drawing on such topflight songwriters as Mike Reid, Burt Bacharach, Kris Kristofferson, and Bob McDill, Milsap built a repertoire that ranged from sunny lopers (“Pure Love”) to emotional meltdowns (“Please Don’t Tell Me How the Story Ends”) and classic Nashville Sound (“I’d Be a Legend in My Time”), growing more adventurous with the envelope-pushing “Stranger in My House” that brought much-needed tension to an often flaccid genre. By the time his reign ended in the ’90s, he could take credit for helping shove country beyond its rural roots, but he’d also lost his edge with songs that dwelled on nostalgia (“Lost in the Fifties Tonight”). This two-CD collection covers the best of it and adds two new cuts, the engaging, Delbert McClinton-like “Livin’ on Love” and the largely forgettable “Time, Love, and Money.” Can Milsap make a comeback? To quote a song title here, “Stranger Things Have Happened.” But not likely. –Alanna Nash

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JP Harris and the Tough Choices: Home Is Where The Hurt Is

JP Harris and the Tough Choices: Home Is Where The Hurt Is
Album “Home Is Where The Hurt Is” ging er mit seinen eigenen, jungen Musikern, The Tough Choices, in das ehemalige Studio von Ronnie Milsap. Als Gäste wirkten Nikki Lane und Chance McCoy, der Gitarrist der Old Crow Medicine Show, mit. Was der Titel …
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Brandon Bennett's “Elvis My Way” Returns to Suncoast Showroom August 16-17

Brandon Bennett's “Elvis My Way” Returns to Suncoast Showroom August 16-17
He has also opened for legendary performers such as Diamond Rio, Ronnie Milsap and Chuck Berry. Currently, Bennett is starring as Elvis in the Chicago-based cast of “Million Dollar Quartet” a musical inspiired by the 1956 recording session that brought …
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Ben Folds battles to save RCA Studio A
Both legendary and newcomers in music of multiple genres have used the studio for their recordings. From Alan Jackson to Kacey Musgraves to Ronnie Milsap to Elizabeth Cook, there have been quite a few artists that have established their presence there …
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Recognizing the incendiary deejay who broke Elvis north of the Mason-Dixon Line
4: Blind pianist Ronnie Milsap, who ruled country radio during the late '70s and '80s with soul-influenced jewels ranging from "Any Day Now" to "Stranger in My House", had a bona fide boyhood idol in the King of Rock 'n' Roll. In "More Thunder on the …
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Then Sings My Soul (2 CDs)

Then Sings My Soul (2 CDs)

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With a track record of seven Grammy Awards, 40 #1 hits and four Academy of Country Music Awards, you’re allowed to test the waters of new music genres. For Ronnie Milsap, he explored his gospel roots in this uplifting album with 24 brand new recordings of popular gospel songs. His positive spirit and beautiful talent makes for a smooth transition from country music to classic hymns.

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