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Miller finished his career with Pete Fountain, living in New Orleans. Discography As leader. Frat Hop (Tops, ) Armand Hug and His New Orleans Dixielanders/Eddie Miller and His New Orleans Rhythm Pals (Southland, ) Tenor of Jazz (Fontana, ) With a Little Help from My Friend with Pete Fountain (Coral, ).
British-born American Honkey Tonk pianist and songwriter (b. July 16, in Manchester, UK – d. November 30, Pinellas Park, FL) Eddie Miller was the house pianist for Rainbow Records (10) in New York between and , usually recording under such names as Eddie "Gin" Miller or Eddie "Piano" Miller. In , he sued Rainbow Records for underpayment of royalties and began recording.
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Eddie "Piano" Miller is an example of this type of crediting in practice, another is an R&B vocalist from New Orleans, Eddie "Sing" Miller. The former is not the only Eddie Miller to come sliding along on a piano stool: others that show up on recording credits include a classic blues pianist from the '20s and '30s, and a session man out in Los.
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Edward Monroe "Eddie" Miller (December 10, – April 11, ) was an American songwriter, in the country music genre. Early life and education. Miller was born in Camargo, Oklahoma and worked as a locomotive engineer before becoming a.