Darnell Miller

Title: Recording Artist, Entertainer
Company: Darnell Miller Entertainment
Location: Bland, Virginia, United States

Darnell Miller, Recording Artist at Darnell Miller Entertainment, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in recording and popularizing country music.

A member of the Rockabilly Hall of Fame, Mr. Miller was featured as a singer while still in his teens on two television shows over WHIS-TV in Bluefield, West Virginia, “RFD Jamboree” and “Saturday Night Jamboree” and released his first two singles, “Cardboard Sweetheart,” and “Mommie, Will My Doggie Understand” in 1958 and over the next 60 years has recorded with the Challenge, Dare, Deneba, Fanfare, Phono, Playback, Salem and Starday labels, working with producers such as Billy Grammar. 

For many years, Mr. Miller was a featured performer on The Original Jamboree on WWVA radio in Wheeling, West Virginia, the second oldest and second-largest country music show in the world, and appeared on the Ralph Emery Show, the Arthur Smith Show in Charlotte, North Carolina, the Old Dominion Barn Dance show in Richmond, Virginia, the Mac Wiseman Record Show in Wheeling, Clyde Moody’s Virginia Barn Dance in Danville, Virginia and others. His song “Royal Flush” was a hit in Europe and other Scandinavian countries and is considered one of the genuine classics of rockabilly music. 

Mr. Miller is an inductee into the Golden Circle of Country Music Honor Society in the state of West Virginia and recipient of a Commendation from the Senate and House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of Virginia for his recognition and induction into the Southern Legends and Performing Arts Hall of Fame.  He continues to perform today and is available for engagements. Since 2003, he has flourished as owner of Darnell Miller Entertainment.

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