In this episode, the singer/songwriter Dean Miller talks about what it was like growing up with his legendary father, the incomparable Roger Miller.

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Dean sings a sweet version of "Little Toy Trains" which his father wrote for him when he was just 2 years old, as well as snippets from his own catalog including "Nowhere, USA" and "Standing in My Daddy's Shadow." Great stories flow throughout this episode including a priceless gem about Elvis tracking down Roger at a stoplight in L.A. and an equally good story about Dean with Kris Kristofferson about the famous songwriter's boxing days.

Robert K. Oermann hosts this entertaining trip down memory lane as part of our Nashville Sessions with the series producer, Brad Newman by his side.

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