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Whether you're a die-hard, or a new fan of Roger's, we'd like to hear from you! Drop us an email with your Roger stories, comments, and questions.


From: chulwooyee@empal.com
Date: October 21, 2005 2:25:36 AM CDT
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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Dear, family of Roger Miller,
I first had a chance to hear the legend " King of the Road" when I was a Highshool boy, about 30 years ago. 3 years after then, I joined the ROK Army where it's hard to have time to listened to it. In 2000, I had a chance to study in Defense Language Institute(DLI), TX, the instructors let us study about anything and give our class a speech. I decided to search Roger Miller from Biographical Dictionary which DLI's Library had in there. After the study, I gave a speech to my class. Oh, Iforgot to tell I was lucky to buy the last cassette of Roger Miller at a Mall near Austin begore the class. I didn't know the tape was going to be used. And I never found it in Korea. I played it during the speech and the instructor was dancing with music and the class was cheered. I never forget the time when I realized Roger got his ear painful by a Train Engineer when young Roger was running beside the train and Roger stole a guitar to compose music. Now the tape I bought was cut itself while playing in a player one day. But, I'm happy to listen to his songs at this home page. I appreciate all your efforts. Very Respectively...
Chul-woo Yee
Dae-jun, South Korea

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From: jwatkins8803@netzero.net
Date: November 11, 2005 7:57:06 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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One of my earliest childhood memories was Roger Miller blaring over my mom's stereo. My sisters and me knew that when the needle on the stereo played that first note on one of my mom's many Roger Miller albums, it was "turn off the TV, raise up the windows and get busy". Several years ago, my oldest son bought me the box set and I've about worn it out. He liked the music so much, he copied my set and took it with him to Afghanistan. My sister was over the-other-day and was complaining about the music her sons listen to so I went and pulled out my box set and told her she should borrow it and listen to the music. She called and we started singing the songs over the phone - his music is timeless. I've been trying to find "The Day I Jumped From Uncle Harvey's Plane", and have been unsuccessful. If you know where I can purchase the CD, please pass that information on, it's not on his box set and it's a must for my collection.  Mary, I know you miss your Roger dearly but I hope you're comforted through the legacy he left through his music. The man was and will always be a genious. Thank you.

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From: mla1961a@yahoo.com
Date: November 19, 2005 7:44:21 AM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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I was born on 11/03/1961 and as child growing up I listen to Roger Miller sing those songs over and over. Chug a lug, Dang me, kansas city star, you can't roller skate in a buffalo herd.... King of the road.. every song that I have heard him sing made my day over and over, Thanks for the best times of my life.. Michael adair Pine Bluff AR

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From: randyminnick@charter.net
Date: January 23, 2006 10:57:40 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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Hi, Mary, 
My name is Randy and I live in Porterville, CA. I have been a life-long Roger Miller fan to be sure. His influence on my life as a singer, songwriter, and musician is great. Imagine my joy when I got to play music with and become good friends with Roger's brother, Wendell! I only wish that I had had the opportunity to meet Roger in person. Thanks for this site. It's great! Take care.

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From: pgolferr1@aol.com
Date: January 24, 2006 6:57:14 AM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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Hello,
I am 44 year old male from PA. I just wanted to tell you all of the memories of Roger's greatest hits I have. My father and I would get done with remodeling the house and sit and listen to his wonderful music. I new most of the songs by heart and can still sing some of them word for word. Some of my fondest memories of my father(God rest his soul) are those great times. He (ROGER) was a great music man. His way with words is unbeaten to this day. His songs will travel thru my generations. May God be with you!
Patrick J Dempsey

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From: jpmaisonneuve@videotron.ca
Date: February 1, 2006 9:40:27 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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When I was in my teen Roger's songs made me laugh and brought
so much pleasure.  I still find
myself humming the tunes and it
brings back such sweet memories. What a party it must
be there...
Jean-Pierre Maisonneuve
Gatineau  Quebec  Canada

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Date: February 2, 2006 9:25:58 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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I enjoyed my 22 yr. old daughter today.  Thank the Lord!  She came home to plqy for me a song she heard.  "I gotta do whacka do whacka" et cetra, you know it.  My POP was in Korea/Vietnam
and I grew up with JOHNNY CASH,
ROGER MILER, PATTSY CLINE et -cetera, and we are from Cape Cod Mass, New England.  We are not "COUNTRY".  It was an awesome moment when she came home from college to play for me
"Do Whack".  She said, OH MY GOD,
IT IS A REAL SONG!!!!!!!!!!Humor is priceless.
One more thing, Rogers work on "Robin Hood" and his Nottingham song is a family treasure.Thank You and 
Thanks to Roger for the company

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From: standbyu@verizon.net
Date: February 7, 2006 9:22:14 AM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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I was born 19 years after Roger Miller and was fortunate to grow-up listening to his songs.  Interestingly enough, I honestly do not recall hearing "Walkin' In The Sunshine," but recently have started singing it!  So somewhere in my subconscious, I must have heard this song, but again, in my conscious state of being, do not recall ever hearing the melody or the words.  So if anyone knows the rest of the lyrics to this song, I would appreciate their being shared.  Thank you, Roger Miller & company!
B.J. Mason

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From: nbuck4149@aol.com
Date: February 8, 2006 8:55:39 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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 Dang me 
 I am about to infuse a new generation with words that have lived in my soul since I was a kid. Roger's song touched a part of me that infused the fabric of my life. My friend is Dan Gaffney (Dan G.) Get it? Of course, you do!  Whenever he writes that shorthand for his name he will recall that I sung Rogers song to him. Less than two minutes of song lasted a lifetime in my brain and persisted to this day. To so clearly enunciate the dichotemy between self and community is the product of genius.
  Wow! What a legacy to mankind. 
  Steve Buck, Sacramento, Ca.

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From: dinicola@charter.net
Date: February 8, 2006 9:56:36 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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While watching the Grammy awards on CBS, I just saw a commercial for MasterCard in which I hear Roger Miller singing "Walking in the Sunshine".  I haven't heard that song in years.  Way to go, Roger!!!  Oh, how we miss you.

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From: debbie.james@worldnet.att.net
Date: February 9, 2006 11:52:33 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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when I was youg my parsnts had a brand new 1963 Chevey. We often drove from Indpls to sourthern Ky. to visit Grandparents and family.It was a real long trip on two lane highways in a car that had no air and low Heat to conserve gas.Sometimes I would be laying in the back really bored and Roger Miller would come on the radio station and his music would just make me happy. I didn't know the meaning but I knew all the words.His laid back attitude and happy go lucky voice made the next few miles much better.Now that I have children ,and when I get a bit stressed I can sing trailer for sale or rent and go to that same little place in the back seat when my biggest problem n the world was those hot sticky car seats and the man in the front seat singing when I wanted to hear The radio.  
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From: DMHKGREEN@AOL.COM
Date: February 11, 2006 3:25:01 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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My little girl just turned 4 she loves Roger Miller .she sings his songs everyday.Her favorite is walking in the sunshine.but I don't think she has found a Roger Miller song yet that she don't like.many people says it is something to see at her age .I don't think she could ever find a better singer to look up to .thanks  D.Green
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From: bjearle@hotmail.com
Date: February 14, 2006 6:47:43 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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In the mid 60's (when I was only 9 or 10 years old) I was already into music.  My collection included The Beatles, The Dave Clark 5, The Rolling Stones, The Animals, and Roger Miller! A friend that I work with heard "King Of The Road" on the Brokeback Mountain cd recently, and was talking about it today at the office.  The whole staff immediately began a discussion about Roger Miller and his songs! Billy Joe

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From: ahar47@earthlink.net
Date: February 15, 2006 3:57:48 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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 Roger is a national treasure--his music is a natural anti-depreesant (especially, "Walkin in the Sunshine"). 
 I pray to his soul daily, which i know is far from at rest, but still radiating that humanity and wit. 
 God bless him!

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Date: February 15, 2006 8:18:46 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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In my youth, I loved Roger Miller.  His songs were so fresh and unique, his style so varied, so original, it was sheer pleasure just to hear him sing and try to figure out why no one else sounded like him.  I felt he was the very best, and that others would surely imitate him and that made me happy as I looked forward to future treasures.  It was many years after he died that I realized I had spent many years waiting for imitators, and sound-alikes, none of whom ever materialized.  There came upon me a sense of loss, but then, I transformed it as I'm sure many of his fans has had to, into a realization that he was a genius--one of a kind.  That is why people will always cherish his work, his sound, his unique music--what we have is all there will ever be.  For this reason, I am deeply appreciative Mary, that you shared him with us again in a very special and intimate way.  Your love in giving the world this site is awesome!  

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From: tim@100degreec.com
Date: February 19, 2006 12:42:24 AM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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Hi Mary,
"Got a letter just this mornin'"
I just popped back after a year or so. Needed a little cheering up and Roger sure can do that. There's a guy here in Chiangmai Thailand who runs a bar. He's a nice, well mannered young fellow from Kansas City, me? I'm from Sydney, I saw Roger in my home town at the Silver Spade Room, a thrill I'll never forget. Nice to see the old Smash covers again, I bought "The Return of", pretty thick cardboard from memory, guess thats one way to make 'em last. This young American guy? he lets me sing it, KCS) I go home feeling good every time, Tim Collins

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From: ddttjj@isp.net
Date: February 21, 2006 12:57:11 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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Throughout my life as a rule I never bought records. I only listened to songs on the radio while driving. 
Through the years I would hear songs from the past and if tempted to buy one I wouldn't because they would bring back memories of the past which I didn't need.
The other day I heard a Roger Miller Song on TV as part of a commercial.
My first thought was, "Boy do I miss that guy." 
Now, his songs I would buy because of how much of himself he put into his songs.
I am enjoying this website because of what a special person Roger was on this earth. Thank God for Roger.
Boy do I miss him.

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From: mrliles@bellsouth.net
Date: February 22, 2006 10:27:33 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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My four year old daughter loves Roger Miller. My husband recently came across a casette that he and his dad used to listen to of Roger's music. She loves the Buffalo Herd song the best and sings it all the time. I felt led to write this to you tonight. On the way home from church tonight, she ask me if Roger Miller was still alive.
I told her I wasn't sure but we would find out. Then she ask me if he knew Jesus. I told her I was pretty sure he did. She then said, "When I get to heaven, I can sing with him." I know there must be many other familes passing down his music to the next generation. His wish to not be forgotten has come true. "All ya gotta do, is put your mind to it..."

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From: sly_dog_72_69@yahoo.com
Date: February 26, 2006 2:08:34 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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hi, im 34 years old and i like all kinds of music.but when i heard----I'm a nut---for the first time i was hooked on Roger Miller's music.i was a little boy when i first heard that song and even now at 34 i still love it.and who could forget--Do whacka Do---not me i know them all--well almost all of them by heart.Roger Miller was a great man.he really deserves to be remembered that way, Great!!!
You will always be missed and remembered in our hearts.

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From: ben_rocks146@hotmail.com
Date: February 28, 2006 5:14:00 AM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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hey im 13 years old and i reckon roger miller is the biggest legend in the whole world. my older cousins had it playing at family parteys and i got obsessed with it. His best songs are Chug-a-lug, My uncle used to love me but she died and King of the road. Thanx roger your the biggest legend ever. Ben,adelaide,australia

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Date: February 28, 2006 8:15:20 AM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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Other than the fact that he was a card carrying genius, there's not much more to say. I think one of the main things that always impressed me was the fact that all of his work was clean. Anyone could listen and not be afraid of some trash slipping into the song. That in itself is a great thing now days.
Thanks Roger for many many hours of pure pleasure.
Ron Ewerth, Covington Georgia

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From: john.bartee@earthlink.net
Date: March 3, 2006 10:28:39 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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Forgotten? Not a chance.
Roger Miller is timeless, with less time he would probably say:)
Thank you Roger!

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From: kristopherklein@hotmail.com
Date: March 8, 2006 11:42:36 AM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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i wish there could be more artists like roger miller around today.  the world needs him.

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From: Mr_iceman5@hotmail.com
Date: March 16, 2006 1:17:55 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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Hello!!
I'm 20 years old boy from Sweden who loves Roger Miller!
My grandmother always play the song England Swing for me whenwas a child. And still now I love the song and there others song from Roger Miller.
Have a nice day...Niklas Hak Kee Vangberg

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From: p25955@gdc4s.com
Date: March 22, 2006 2:06:12 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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Great site.  I always was a fan since "King of the Road" and "Dang me", and really enjoyed him on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.  He always seemed like a natural guy that you would like to sit down and talk to.  A true original like Roger only comes around once in a while.
John in Phoenix

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From: henrylford@yahoo.com
Date: March 26, 2006 1:45:49 AM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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I to am from a small town in okla. I remember the first time I drove a car. I turned on the radio and King or the Road on on. I always liked his music. I am 41 years old and still love his music

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From: btrainham@austin.rr.com
Date: March 26, 2006 2:15:28 PM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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I'm a singer/song-writer.  When people ask what made me want to be such..., I tell them... among others... Roger Miller.  When I was about five, someone bought me a compilation of his, and I've never been quite the same since.  From Dang Me, to You Can't Roller-Skate..., to Private John Q... I'd've probably never written a lyric of my own if I hadn't so thoroughly digested so many tidbits from the master.  I'm glad you have this web site, and you should be proud to share his surname.  Bradford Trainham

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From: ricmelb@hibis.wbs.net.au
Date: March 30, 2006 12:09:55 AM CST
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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In my DJ days I was stuck in a crumby town called Deliliquin.
It was sooooo awful - and so was the radio station there where I worked. They played just awful music - the ONLY album I could play - and not get into trouble with the program manager, was one of Roger's - and, I swear if it wasn't for this mans brilliant music I would have gone nuts!!
I loved Rodgers TOM GREEN COUNTY FAIR from this era -1968
Well - I guess I'm an old fart now - but I still love his stuff. How lucky I am to write to you! Thank's to yoou both.
God bless
Ric Melbourne

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From: tevee@mach1pc.com
Date: April 9, 2006 1:49:58 AM CDT
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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Wish i was around when roger was alive. I'm 20 years old and have listen to his songs since i can remember. Family road trips,played his songs all the way to georgia and back, to this day we play his music when we get together,we sing everysong, if you mess up on singing the words you had to stop singing. I even turn my friends on to his music. Not bad for a kid who likes rock and roll.
TODD AKA SCOOTER

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From: kollerto@go.metrostate.edu
Date: April 15, 2006 4:25:05 PM CDT
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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I once worked with a nurse who related a story of driving (probably in the late 60's-I heard this anecdote about 10 years ago, so some of the details are fuzzy) as a teen from a small town in North Dakota with her brother on a cold, snowy winter day to see Roger Miller in (possibly Fargo) concert. Their old car broke down en route, and they were sure they'd miss the concert, as they weren't having any luck with their tentative efforts to fix the car problem, and this was a very isolated stretch of highway. A car eventually came along and stopped. The car's solo occupant stepped out, and offered his assistance, which resulted in an operable car that did make it to the concert. During the course of the auto repair session, they recognized, and he verified, the identity of their rescuer: Roger Miller. He was driving himself across country to concert dates, something you'd be hard put to find in today's world of celebrity self-importance. His act of stopping to help a couple of stranded teens repair their car typified the accessible essence he relayed in his songs and performances, that made him so popular. We had a Roger Miller album on hand growing up, and loved those infectiously silly songs, but I never had his music around for my kids to hear. This past year I began hearing Roger Miller songs playing on our family computer, with my youngest's (15) enthusiastic singing accompanying the tunes. Had to go get that old album from Grampa's house to prove she wasn't the first to discover this unique artist! 

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From: rtrmontgomery@msn.com
Date: April 15, 2006 9:16:39 PM CDT
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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My wife and I are 49 years old, and grew up as huge Roger Miller fans. We reccently bought a CD of hits and played it on a family trip. Our 17 year old son went crazy over the music and claimed the cd as his own. WWe smiled at each other, knowing we had raised a good child.
Ron Montgomery

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From: stuartband@msn.com
Date: April 24, 2006 11:33:04 PM CDT
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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I'm a big fan of Roger's music.I just learned how to play Engine Engine#9 on the piano,some of the chord changes are pure brilliance and a joy for my ears!My uncle used to love me but she died is one of my all time favorites. Alot of artists performed Me and Bobby Magee but no one did it like Roger did.Roger is right up there with Presley and Lennon in my book! 

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From: donlysam@yahoo.co.uk
Date: May 1, 2006 4:18:22 AM CDT
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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I was fascinated by Roger's music even before I knew who he was. I was seven years old the first time I saw Robin Hood, and Allan-a-dale was definitely my favorite character in that movie. For weeks after I saw it, I drove all my friends at school crazy with my singing of "Robin Hood and Little John walkin' through the forest...." And his music still has the same comforting, uplifting, and knee slapping humor that can carry me out of the murkiest waters of sadness. I thank him for sharing his gifts with us during his short stay in this world.
sam parry

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From: mobydick725@hotmail.com
Date: May 4, 2006 5:33:04 AM CDT
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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I'm not a fan of country music.  But I am a fan of Roger Miller.  He was unique.  I saw him many times on Tv and you couldn't help seeing that he was a great person as well as being a singer-songwriter.  He was not perfect, he had his problems to overcome and he conquered them.  No doubt Mary Miller had a great deal to do with that.  He made music fun and entertaining.  If you listen to his words and his music you can't help seeing the genius in the man.  Nobody has been his equal for making feel good music.  The world needed a man like him and does again.  I, one of millions, will miss him and I'm greatful for these web pages that are a tribute to the man and the music, so many people loved.  Thanks for the memories Roger.

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From: danielroccorusk1@aol.com
Date: May 15, 2006 12:22:51 PM CDT
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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Just very thankful for Roger Miller. He was such a part of my life as a young teen. Thank you Roger. Daniel Rocco-Rusk

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From: LtsSng1@aol.com
Date: May 19, 2006 9:20:52 PM CDT
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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I had the pleasure of seeing and hearing Roger for the last time in Nashville Tn - American Radio Company of the air. Garrison Kellior & company. I don't know the time frame but he died shortly after that I belive. I could tell by that performance that he was a character in life. And he seemed warm and friendly. Funny guy- The skits were cute and wonderful. Mary I sent you an email some time back. It seems that Roger had the 'right' kind of celebrity. He handled it well..  Stephen & Kim Stricker
LtsSng1@aol.com / Clover SC

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From: lequiniovanessa@hotmail.com
Date: May 20, 2006 7:07:49 AM CDT
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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Hello... just a "bonjour" from France. My name is Vanessa, I'm 22 years old.. and I'm french. When I was a little girl, my favourite cartoon was Disney' s "Robin of the wood"... and its wonderfully funny music. It's quite difficult to find something about Roger in France but I manage. I think about him everyday and I sing his songs everytime. I'm just sad to not have had the chance to see him in live, because of my young age... My only dream now is to can go in america to visit your museum, but you are very far !  ;-)   ... I hope a day.... sorry for my english, I work I work...   and a big thanx for your website. Vanessa - Paris

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From: bowpeap@yahoo.com
Date: May 21, 2006 12:18:14 AM CDT
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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During the middle 60's I graduated from high school.  Being a country western music person I was one of the first thru the doors to Mr. Luckys in Phoneix, Arizona.  I remember Roger being in town and being focused from the tables to do a song by Waylon Jennings.  Both are missed by America.  May they both prosper in Heaven and fill the air with their music.  Carol Padgett, Phoenix Ax
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From: sampson159@aol.com
Date: May 21, 2006 8:27:14 PM CDT
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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 i still remeber roger being on a ralph emory show and telling his hotel stories-what a life! painfully funny,(i am laughing as i write this)his voice and his movements. he was a true "renaissance" man. gifted writer,nature comedian, and good ole boy. roger had a way of making you feel comfortable,like a family member coming for a visit.

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From: rickweed99@yahoo.com
Date: May 26, 2006 8:56:33 PM CDT
To: dangme@rogermiller.com
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Roger Miller is an artist whose work is so rich, engaging and prolific that he became woven into a significant portion of the tapestry of my life while I was growing up. More than I realized at the time. I now appreciate that part of who I am today came to me through his humor and his many talents. A couple of days ago I attended a tribute concert honoring Bob Dylan's 65th birthday and afterward I kept thinking how Roger Miller's body of work is wholly comparable. So many deceptively simple songs that make me laugh, make me cry, make me think. Songs that make me stop thinking, listen and smile. Thanks Roger.
Rick Shaw

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From: "Quince Eddens" <vzepfrr7@verizon.net>
Date: June 3, 2006 5:49:45 PM CDT
To: <dangme@rogermiller.com>
Subject: Timeless music....
Reply-To: "Quince Eddens" <vzepfrr7@verizon.net>
Hi Mary,
 
    I'm 49 and recall exactly were I was the first time I heard "Dang Me" on the radio. I just checked out RMs greatest hits from the Library and am listening to it now. What a joy.
    My brother is coming to visit soon so I'm getting a lot of the great music that we loved as kids together.
    I noticed a photo of RM with Glen and Roy. I spoke with Mr. Campbell back stage 3 years ago. He put on a fantastic show. Roy Clark played in York Pa. last year, and sold out the place.
    There is no disputing music that withstands the test of time.
 
    Sincerely,
    Quince Eddens
    www.vml123.com

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