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Episode 85: A Dream Come True featuring Robert Miller
For decades and decades Robert Miller had a dream he didn’t pursue. Though he’d played music in his early twenties he left the industry to get his law degree and start a family. He often thought about playing in a band again but he didn’t act on that until he was seriously injured by a car while riding his bike. He needed 8 hours of surgery to repair his broken neck and arm but, in a huge stroke of luck, his spinal cord was intact. For Robert that was a sign. At the age of 60 he put together a band, began playing festivals and concerts and now, 9 albums and over 4 million video views later, he is living the life he feels was gifted to him when his world changed the day of his accident. In this episode Robert shares his story, his perspective on his life before reuniting with music and after, and offers advice for making a dream come true.
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Robert Miller is a musician who followed his dream. He became a Rock Star when he was in his 60s, an age when most people are planning their retirement. He’s living proof that you’re never too old, and it’s never too late to follow your dream.
In just 5 years he’s got 9 celebrated albums including a Billboard #1, 4 million video views, 1 million Spotify streams, and 50,000 Facebook fans. He’s played festivals and concerts in the U.S. and abroad. He’s even opened for artists like Edgar Winter, Blues Traveler and Boney James.
Everyone has a dream. But most people don’t pursue theirs. Robert has found joy and happiness from pursuing and succeeding at his dream.