Miller - Bio
Rich Miller was destined to get in to show business. His great grandfather was a star on Vaudeville, and his father owned part of a small circus and carnival. Rich’s love of radio and music as a boy later evolved into working as a DJ by day and playing guitar in the clubs at night. When Epic recording artist and #1 hit songwriter Don King heard Rich’s guitar playing and songwriting and he encouraged him to move to Nashville. While intending to pursue a career as a recording artist Rich landed "On Air" at legendary WSM radio where he wound up broadcasting daily for 15 years! He hosted the Arbitron #1 rated evening show "Live From The Wildhorse" on WSM-FM and scored exclusive one-on-one interviews with everyone from Garth Brooks to NASCAR stars.
In the late 90’s Rich became the voice of Nashville’s Fox TV affiliate, you also may have heard him on CMT,GAC, TNN, UPN, PAX, and as announcer for the nationally telecast ICM Awards. Rich has also voiced national level projects for major record labels including Sony, Warner/Word, Epic, Columbia, Mercury, Universal, and others. He’s voiced projects for KC and The Sunshine Band, and Murrah Music, as well as radio commercials for, Kroger, The Eagles, Sam Ash Music Stores, and many more. As an emcee he’s hosted live events for up to 20,000 people and is the requested announcer of the Nashville Songwriter’s Association International (NSAI) annual Hall of Fame Inductions.
After the 9/11 tragedy, Rich tuned in to the world of Christian Music. He co-created, writes and hosts the