NASHVILLE, Tenn., January 12, 2015 – Opening February 6, 2015, and running through August 2015, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s exhibition Ronnie Milsap: A Legend in My Time examines the 2014 Country Music Hall of Fame member’s career. One of the genre’s most consistent and enduring artists, Milsap emerged in the 1970s and … Read More
September 4, 2014 – New York, NY – When Ronnie Milsap was elected one of the 2014’s three Country Music Hall of Fame inductees, it validated a body of work that has been one of the most enduring, genre-blurring and comprehensive in modern country music. Having won six Grammys and … Read More
Best Living Legend: Ronnie Milsap
This installment of All 4 the Hall had the distinction of featuring a soon-to-be-inducted member of the Country Music Hall of Fame: Soulful piano man Ronnie Milsap was among this year's class when the inductees were announced in April. The singer, blind since birth, illustrated why … Read More
Genre-leaping master vocalist Mac Wiseman, piano-playing hit-maker Ronnie Milsap and song-poet Hank Cochran will receive the country music industry's highest honor: induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Wiseman, Milsap and Cochran, who died in 2010 at age 74, were announced Tuesday morning as the Hall's next induction class, … Read More
Toby Keith and Ronnie Milsap have been chosen to receive the Career Achievement Award, honoring an individual artist, duo, group or multiple artist collaboration that have advanced the popularity and acceptance of country music through their endeavors in the entertainment industry in multiple areas during the preceding calendar year.
Toby … Read More
Ronnie Milsap has quite unambiguously fallen under nostalgia's spell. The title of his new album, Summer #17, is an allusion to the halcyon days of youth. The cover art is a close-up of a vintage radio speaker. And besides a pair of misty-eyed, retro-style originals — the title cut and … Read More
Hear Ronnie talk about the inspiration for his new album, “Summer Number Seventeen.”