Robert Alton Miller Jr.

Robert Alton Miller Jr.
Robert Alton Miller Jr.

Alton Miller is a disabled veteran of the war in Iraq. He performs with a hearing impairment, losing most of his hearing in explosions while serving in OIF 1, 2 and part of 3.

He has been performing since the age of 8. He comes from a very musical family and credits his dad for teaching him everything about music and performing. Alton was medically discharged from the Army after 10 years of service due to injuries acquired while serving in Iraq. He played on the road with several bands over the years and entertained troops in Korea and stateside, while serving in the Army.
In the last five years Alton has shared the stage with Tracy Byrd, Neil Mccoy, Bombshell, Ray Scott, Phil Vassar, Charlie Pride, Lowcash Cowboys, Paulette Carlson, Kingston Trio, and Mark Farner. He performed for HBO in New York for the VVA "Broadway to Baghdad", the award ceremony at the Metropolitan in New York for former Mayor Ed Koch, and in the Veterans Day Parade, on the HBO float. He travelled to Washington D. C. to perform for the 25th Anniversary of the Vietnam Wall. Alton has been a spokesman for various veteran's organizations.
Living at the foot of the Big Horn Mountains in Sheridan, Wyoming, on a small ranch with his family. He loves working on the land and fly fishing. Alton occasionally plays drums for different bands and loves song writing in his spare time. He wishes to thank his family, friends and fans for supporting him in this wonderful and exciting adventure.......GOD BLESS.