Gene Miller • Tenor/Lead  Mt. Juliet, TN. 

He is a native of Magnolia Springs, a small town near the

southern most tip of the great state of Alabama.  His family

is well known and respected along the Gulf Coast for their

singing abilities.  Gene is certainly no exception having been

named as one of Gospel Music's "Top Tenors" by Roy Pauley

in the Singing News Magazine.  A dynamic tenor in the tradition

of Rosie Rozell, Gene has a singular ability to touch the heart with

a song.  An anointed singer, Gene has served as a commissioned

Song Evangelist for the Church of The Nazarene throughout the

Eastern United States for many years.  Gene has sung professionally

over the years with The Plainsmen, Spirit Bound, The Impacts and

Legendary Hovie Lister and the Sensational Statesmen Quartet.

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Birthday: June, 06

Marital Status: Married, Wife Linda (NOTE: Linda went home to be with the Lord 3/07/2012 - She and Gene were married for 44 years)

Anniversary: February 23

Children: One Daughter and two Sons

Hometown: Magnolia Springs, Alabama

Favorite Place: Nashville, TN

Favorite Restaurant: Cracker Barrell

Favorite Food: Ribeye Steak

Hobby: Music

Favorite TV Show: Andy Griffith

Favorite Singer: Rosie Rozell

Favorite Song: His Eye is on the Sparrow  

Favorite Gospel Group: Statesmen and Imperials

Musical Influences: Mom, Dad, Rozie Rosell and Larry Gatlin

Favorite Preacher: Rev. Jack Hiles, Hammond, IN (Deceased)

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Look what we found in the Singing News Archives by Roy Pauley

See what he had to say about our new tenor, Gene Miller.

                                                                                                                                                                     

Gene and his lovely wife, Linda

Gena, Andy and Children

Jeff, Cindy and Children

Gene's Son, Kyle

Gene's granddaughter, McKenzie

This is where it all started.  This is Gene's Mom and Dad

Gene's grandson, Luke

The Statesmen. L-R Buddy Burton, Jack Toney, Hovie Lister,

Gene Miller and Roy Pauley