Ronnie Milsap

Born January 16, 1946
in Robbinsville
North Carolina

Ronnie Milsap
has had forty number one
songs. He was born with a
congenital defect that left
him blind. He showed a
musical aptitude at an early
age. He released his
first single "Total Disaster"
in 1963 at the age of twenty.
In the early 70's he worked
at Roger Millers
"King Of The Road"
in Nashville.
He signed with RCA
Records in 1973 and
recorded with RCA until

Elvis musician:
Ronnie Milsap played
keyboards on Elvis
Presley's "Kentucky Rain" &
Don't Cry Daddy.

Hit Songs:
It Was Almost
Like A Song
There's No
Gettin' Over Me
Any Day Now
What A Difference
You've Made
In my Life
In The Still
Of The Night
Lost In The
Fifties Tonight
A Woman In Love
1972, found
a young
musician named
Ronnie Milsap
regularly at
Roger Millers
"King Of
The Road"
Roof Lounge
in Nashville.
Great music &
including dancing
"Above It All"
at the scenic
top floor.
There, he
worked seven
days a week
from 9pm until
2am nightly, with
no cover charge
and no drink
Right: A Nashville
Newspaper ad from
the early 1970s
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Pictures by
Joanne Adams
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Ronnie Milsap
* Opryland USA Theme Park *
1990's :  Nashville, Tennessee