Published April 13, 2016
NASHVILLE – Award-winning American Indian musician, songwriter, singer and painter Bill Miller (Mohican) underwent surgery to treat multiple life-threatening blood clots in his leg, heart and lungs.
Miller, 61, was admitted to a Nashville hospital on Monday. After surgery, he was put in the hospital’s intensive care unit.
He was born on the Stockbridge/Munsee Indian Reservation, near Shawano, Wisconsin.
In 2005, the talented musician won a Grammy Award for his “Cedar Dream Songs” instrumental album in the Best Native American Music Album category. In total, Miller has won three Grammy Awards.
Additonally, Miller has won numerous Native American Music Awards, including its Lifetime Acheivement Award.
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