Guitariste Rock 'n' Roll US né Robert M. Millsap, le 10 Juin 1939 en Oklahoma. Bob Millsap a créé le Bob Milsap's Ironside Studios à Nashville. Il est mort le 21 Juin 2002 à Nashville (Texas).
guitarist, songwriter, publisher, producer, DJ and founder of Bob Millsap's Ironside Studios, Nashville. born July 10, 1939 in Oklahoma; died June 21, 2002
in Nashville, Texas.
He started as a guitarist and songwriter in the 1960s and also during that decade he worked at KWTO with the songwriter and later music executive “Si” Siman. As a guitarist he has appeared in recordings by Billy “Crash” Craddock, Jo-El Sonnier and Don Drumm among many others.
His songs have been recorded by artists such as Pat Boone, Dorsey Burnette, Wanda Jackson, Olivia Newton John, George Jones, Kenny Price and Billy Jo Spears and include “What Would It Profit Me” and “She’s a Rock”.
As a producer he worked on albums by artists that included Jimmy Alcorn, Roy Clark, Tommy Overstreet.
He was also a well-respected music publisher and his Ironside Studios I Branson, Missouri was responsible for hits such as Jo Dee Messina’s “Lesson in Leavin’” and Anne Murray’s “You Needed Me” which won a Song of the Century award.
Talents : Guitarist, Songwriter, Publisher, Producer, DJ
Style musical : Rock 'n' Roll, Contemporary Country
Years in activity :
|02/1960||SP Dart 129 (US)||Bob Millsap & The Millmen - Confusion (instr.) / Frisky (instr.)|
|1960||SP Dart 136 (US)||Bob Millsap & The Millmen - Thunderation / Village Of Fear|
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