Malford Milligan (born March 29, 1959) is an American singer. He sings soul, blues and gospel songs and also writes music. He has won 8 Austin Music Awards for Best Vocalist.
Milligan performing in Wisconsin 2016
|Born||March 29, 1959|
Taylor, Texas United States
|Associated acts||Storyville, Greg Koch|
In 1994 Milligan became the singer for the band Storyville which was a very popular band. He was in Storyville until they broke up in 2000. Milligan became a session singer and recorded vocals for many musicians such as: Eric Johnson and Chris Smither. Milligan's band Storyville never managed to become a national act.
Discography with StoryvilleEdit
- Bluest Eye (1993)
- A Piece of Your Soul (1995)
- Dog Years (1998)
- Live at Antone's (2006)
Discography of other projectsEdit
- The Gospel According to Austin, Vol. 2 (2001)
- Sweet Cherry Soul (2002)
- No Good Deed Goes Unpunished (2004)
- The Malford Milligan Band Rides Again (2006)
- Live on the Radio (Greg Koch and Other Bad Men) (2007)
- Nation Sack - Greg Koch and Malford Milligan (2009)
- An Evening with the Songs of Stephen Bruton (2010)
- The Milligan Vaughan Project (2017)
- Life Will Humble You (2018)
Milligan was raised in Elgin and Lubbock, Texas. His family worked on cotton farms in Central Texas to the south plains. Milligan was born a black albino. He is now almost blind. Milligan got married in January 2019.
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