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Roger Miller is a well known musician, guitarist, fiddler, drummer, composer and TV star. He did not live with his parents as a child, because his father died at the age of 26, of spiral meningitis. Roger at that time, was only a year old and since his mother was in her early 20s and was not in a position to provide for her three sons, she sent each son to live with each of her three brothers. Roger was sent off to live with his Uncle Elmer and Aunt Armelia at a farm in Oklahoma. This was the birthplace of his creativity and musical talent. Roger’s creativity was the root of his musical talent, but the development of his creativity was the direct result of the loneliness he experienced while living on his uncle’s farm in Oklahoma. His loneliness led him into a different world, a world of fantasy where dreams became his only source of escape from the drudgery of his daily life (www.rogermiller.com). In fact, while speaking about his early childhood days, said: “A lot of people who grew up on a farm will know why I said, O Lord give me a guitar and let me get out of here and make something of the world.”
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