Something you may not know about your dentist...

If you happen to be from the “Aquarian Age” you may have heard Bruce in some part of your life’s soundtrack.


Before the drill...a keyboard

In 1967 while attending Dental College Bruce recorded a record with Every Mothers Son . If the name doesn’t immediately ring a bell hit the YouTube clip and it might find it’s way back into your memory. It was a # 1 radio hit in 1967. Come On Down To My Boat Baby” reached #16 on the Billboards top 100 singles chart. Bruce’s keyboard adds a notable signature to the song  and who doesn’t love hand clapping. After the epic surge and a couple more  records that fell short of the charts, Bruce  pursued his dental career and moved to Woodstock. The Jazz Journalist Association named Dr. Milner one of 22 “Jazz Heroes” celebrating his sliding scale fee for jazz musicians. Bruce is still making music on the side with stints in vocal groups like the Bob Cats and Prada and occasionally  does a show at The Colony in Woodstock and other local venues. With his keyboard accessible in his office it is not rare to get a quick 45 second performance between patients.