"In our house, [Christmas] was the celebration of the year," says Frank Mills, who brings his show to McPherson Playhouse Saturday. Photograph By Submitted
Seasonal concerts often tap into emotion that rises high during the holiday season. For singer-songwriter Frank Mills, that means reliving a part of his past that is both heartwarming and heart-breaking.
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Ann Ralph (lead vocals)
Jacki Ralph (lead vocals)
Cliff Edwards (guitar, vocals)
Doug Gravelle (drums, vocals)
Gordie McLeod (organ, vocals)
Mickey Ottier (keyboards; replaced McLeod)
Charlie Clark (guitar, vocals)
Michael Waye (bass, vocals)
Dennis Will (keyboards; replaced Frank Mills)
Skip Layton (drums; replaced Doug Gravelle)
Will “Wayne” Cardinal (bass; replaced Michael Waye)
Frank Mills (born June 27, 1942 in Montreal, Quebec), is a Canadian pianist and recording artist, best known for his solo instrumental hit "Music Box Dancer".