Frankie Miller recorded several dozen edges for Starday through the later ’50s and ’60s, including two nation strikes in 1959. Blessed in Victoria, TX, on Dec 17, 1931, Miller gained a football scholarship or grant to an area junior college, of which period he produced the Drifting Texans and started broadcasting on the region place KNAL. He also proved helpful in Houston, where he obtained a contract using the 4 Superstar subsidiary, Guilt Advantage. Though he documented several quantities in 1951, Miller shortly still left to serve in the Korean Battle. He returned 2 yrs later using a Bronze Superstar, and agreed upon to Columbia in 1954. non-e from the dozen edges he documented in the next year positioned on the graphs, though. Miller made an appearance around Tx (including on Fort Worth’s Cowtown Hoedown) through the later ’50s and documented periodic one-off singles for regional brands. Don Pierce, owner from the Starday label, have been from the few who valued Miller’s Guilt Advantage recordings, therefore he agreed upon the young vocalist in 1959. Miller compensated the label-owner’s self-confidence that same yr when “Blackland Farmer” strike the country Best Five and became among Starday’s most well-known recordings. “Family members Man” reached quantity seven in Oct 1959, and Miller was tapped as Cashbox’s Many Promising Country Designer for 1960. He became a member of the Louisiana Hayride and made an appearance for the Grand Ole Opry many times. Sadly, Miller had currently reached the pinnacle of his achievement — he strike the graphs only three even more instances. “Baby Rocked Her Dolly” moved into the very best 15 in 1960 and “JUST A LITTLE South of Memphis” strike quantity 34 in 1964, while a re-release of “Dark Land Farmer” strike quantity 16 in 1961. Miller documented for United Performers in 1965 but retired from music to just work at a Chrysler dealership in Arlington, TX. The German label Carry Family members re-released three of his albums through the ’80s.