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Roger Miller

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Album review: Glen Campbell takes a goodbye turn on 'Adios ...

The Register-Guard
Adios” Glen Campbell (Universal Music Enterprises) There's no way to hear Glen Campbell's farewell album, “Adios,” except through the prism of his rapid ...

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Bobby Bare's Outlaw Spirit Remains Undiminished

CMT.com
“Those guys — Guy Clark, Waylon, Roger Miller — all of them, they'd just take those pills and keep going, stay up all night,” Bare recalls. Bare shakes his head, with a smile rather than with judgment, when discussing those friends. He loved them all ...

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New high school policy will broaden student code of conduct to all activities

Omaha World-Herald
“We're kind of just putting all those kids under the same umbrella,” Principal Roger Miller said. The policy addresses drug, alcohol and tobacco violations by students during an activity's season. In previous years, Miller said the policy has created ...

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This Unassuming Nashville Home Housed Some of Country's Greatest Legends

Wide Open Country
When Roger Miller sang “rooms to let, fifty cents” in “King of the Road,” it was only slightly less than he had paid some years earlier for room and board at Delia “Mom” Upchurch's boarding house in the Edgefield neighborhood of East Nashville. Down ...

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