Frank Miller (singer)

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Frank Miller (born July 29, 1918) is a singer and songwriter. He was born in Brooklyn, New York.[1]

With Terry Gilkyson and Richard Dehr, he wrote the song "Marianne." As a group called The Easy Riders,[1] Dehr and Miller accompanied Gilkyson on the best-selling recording of the song in 1956.

Subsequently, Frank Miller, Jerry Yester, and Doug Myres formed another Easy Riders group.

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