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    Ronnie Milsap Suit Designed by Harvey Krantz. Ronnie Milsap, blind since birth, became a violin virtuoso at a young age, then mastered the piano. His first recordings were as a Nashville studio musician, and he can be heard playing and singing on several Elvis Presley hits. By the 1970s, Milsap became a major solo star of country music, plus he crossed over to pop and reached the pinnacle there as well. In 1976, Milsap had a string of six number one hits in a row, and he did not leave the Top Ten for fifteen straight years! His three biggest crossover hits are "Smoky Mountain Rain", "No Gettin' Over Me", and "Any Day Now". This ornate and colorful two-piece outfit is heavily loaded with fringe, sequins and rhinestones. Designed by Harvey Krantz with embroidered name on the label, one button is missing from the sleeve. Otherwise, this fabulous show outfit is in pristine condition.

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    Sep-Oct, 2004
    30th-1st Thursday-Friday
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