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  1. Milton Sims " Mickey " Newbury Jr. (May 19, 1940 – September 29, 2002) [2] was an American singer-songwriter and a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame . Early life and career. Newbury was born in Houston, Texas, on May 19, 1940, to Mamie Ellen (née Taylor) and Milton Newbury.

  2. This is the official home page of musician Mickey Newbury and his musical legacy. To all friends, family, fans and fellow musicians; Welcome!

  3. Milton Sims „MickeyNewbury, Jr. (* 19. Mai 1940 in Houston, Texas; † 29. September 2002 in Springfield, Oregon) war ein US-amerikanischer Sänger und Songwriter. Seine Musik erstreckte sich neben Country über mehrere Genres. Ehrungen. Im Jahr 1980 wurde er in die Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame aufgenommen

  4. Biography of Mickey Newbury. Mickey Newbury was born Milton Sims Newbury Jr. in Houston Texas, May 19, 1940 to Maime and Milton Newbury. As a child, he was inseparable from younger brother, Jerry; a friendship that continued throughout his life. In high school, Mickey decided to write songs.

  5. 29. Sept. 2002 · Singer and songwriter whose thoughtful material brought a new intelligence and nuance to the country charts. Read Full Biography. STREAM OR BUY: Active. 1960s - 2000s. Born. May 19, 1940 in Houston, TX. Died. September 29, 2002 in Vida, OR. Genre. Country, Pop/Rock. Styles. Outlaw Country, Progressive Country, Singer/Songwriter. Also Known As.

  6. About Mickey Newbury. Milton Sims “MickeyNewbury Jr. (May 19, 1940 – September 29, 2002) was an American songwriter and recording artist from Houston, Texas. He was also a member of the...

  7. 1. Okt. 2002 · Music. Mickey Newbury Dies. Songwriter penned hits for Ray Charles, Kenny Rogers and others. By Andrew Dansby. October 1, 2002. Mickey Newbury, who quietly altered the fabric of country...