R.I.P. Conrad Miller, Traditional Gospel’s “Distinguished Gentleman”

Conrad Miller has died.
GMF joins others in expressing heartfelt sympathy in the passing of Conrad Miller.  Miller died February 24.
“It was sudden,” Senior Pastor Alyn Waller told Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church congregants during this past weekend’s worship service, where the singer/songwriter was part of the praise team.  
Miller was affectionately known to many as “The Distinguished Gentleman of Traditional Gospel Music.”  Over his 20-plus year music career, the formally trained singer released projects entitled My Journey (2009) and Keep Pressing (2013), both produced by Steven Ford; and Thankful (2016), produced by Luther Wardlaw, Garland “Miche” Waller, and Earl Bynum.  
GMF Blog spotlighted Miller’s single “Caught Up” in 2015.  
Our prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

"Caught Up" – Conrad Miller

“Caught Up”
Conrad Miller (2015)

Conrad Miller Caught Up art work

Conrad Miller sings exultantly about the second coming of the Savior in his newest single, “Caught Up.” The uptempo contemporary flavored traditional song is written and produced by Stellar winner Earl Bynum.

The tune kicks off with an exuberant horn section that continues for the track’s four-and-half-minute duration.  Miller’s technical training as a vocalist is evident and his diction is precise as he describes Christ’s return. 

Miller is no stranger to the traditional gospel scene.  His music career stretches over 20 years as a singer, composer, arranger, and recording artist.