Ronnie Milsap

Blind pianist/vocalist initially started his career as session musician in Memphis (he played keyboards on Elvis' "Kentucky Rain" and sang harmony on "Don't Cry Daddy"). He moved to Nashville in the early 70's and signed for RCA Victor. Stardom came fast and he had three #1 hits in a row in 1974/1975 with "Pure Love", "Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends" and the Don Gibson-cover "I'd Be A Legend In My Time", all with Lloyd Green on steel guitar. Throughout the 1980's he continued having huge success, scoring several more #1 hits like "Daydreams About Night Things", "What Goes On (When The Sun Goes Down)", "(I'm A) Stand By My Woman Man", "Smokey Mountain Rain" and "Still Losing You", all of them featuring Lloyd's perfectly tasty steel playing.