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Ronnie Milsap Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

RONNIE MILSAP
Born: January 16, 1946 in Robbinsville, North Carolina
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Born blind, Ronnie Milsap attended the Governor Moorhead School for the Blind, where his musical talents were discovered at the age of seven. He quickly became a violin virtuoso and was equally adept on the piano, guitar, other stringed instruments and woodwinds. After starting his first rock band, Apparations, while still in school, Milsap had his first professional gig with J.J. Cale's band in the early 1960s. In 1969, four years after forming his own band, Milsap had his first hit with "Never Had It So Good". He then moved to Memphis, where he became a studio musician and had a pop hit with "Loving You is a Natural Thing" (1970). In 1973, Milsap headed to Nashville to jumpstart his career, releasing his first Top 10 hit, "I Hate You" that year. From that point on, the hits kept coming, with Milsap becoming a bona fide star in 1976 with six hits in a row. He would not be absent from the Top 10 for a remarkable 15 years, racking up 35 No. 1 hits, including "Smoky Mountain Rain", "No Gettin' Over Me" and "Any Day Now". Although his commercial appeal diminished somewhat in the 1990s, he continued to record and was a popular concert performer.
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1987 J.J. Starbuck (Sound), 1985 Sesame Street Presents: Follow that Bird (Sound), 1980 Bronco Billy (Sound), 1976 Drive-In (Sound), 2007 Cracker Barrel: Songs of the Year Concert (in person), 1986 The 28th Annual Grammy Awards (in person), 1978 Jamboree in the Hills (in person), 1970 That Good Ole Nashville Music (in person), 2006 Headline Country (Other), 2010 Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (Sound), 2007 Dolly Parton & Friends (Sound), 1983 The Rousters (Sound), 2010 Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (in person), 2010 The Marty Stuart Show (in person), 2008 The Apprentice (in person), 1973-1992 Hee Haw (in person), 1986 The 21st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (in person), 1983 Solid Gold (in person), 1980 The John Davidson Show (in person), 1978 Lucy Comes to Nashville (in person), 1978 The 5th Annual American Music Awards (in person), 2007 Dolly Parton & Friends (Other), 2006 CMT Crossroads (Other), 1975 9th Annual Country Music Association Awards (Sound), 1975 9th Annual Country Music Association Awards (in person), 1987 The Grammy Lifetime Achievment Award Show (in person), 1990 Uncle Buck (Sound), 1979 Country Superstars of the 70s (Sound), 1976 Dolly (Sound), 2002 The 37th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (in person), 1996 America's Music: The Roots of Country (in person), 1979 Country Superstars of the 70s (in person), 1978 The 20th Annual Grammy Awards (in person), 1976 Dolly (in person), 2010 Rare Southern Gospel Singing Celebration (Other), 1981 Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters (in person), 1974 The Porter Wagoner Show (Sound), 1974 The Porter Wagoner Show (in person), 1975 In Concert (in person), 2006 CMT Greatest Moments: Dolly Parton (Other), 2002 Ronnie Milsap: Live (Sound), 1991 Switch (Sound), 1975 In Concert (Sound), 2002 Ronnie Milsap: Live (Producer), 2002 Ronnie Milsap: Live (in person), 2012 Hank Cochran: Livin' for a Song (in person), 2010 Inside Music Row (in person), 1979 The Val Doonican Music Show (in person), 1978 12th Annual Country Music Association Awards (in person), 1978 Hee Haw Honeys (in person), 1977 11th Annual Country Music Association Awards (in person), 1976 10th Annual Country Music Association Awards (in person), 1979 The Country Western Murders (in person), 1974-1975 Dinah! (in person), 1974 8th Annual Country Music Association Awards (in person), 1982 The Glen Campbell Music Show (in person), 2012 Promised Land (Sound), 1964 Another World (in person)

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