2019 Power 100: Trendsetters
This was a big year for Bill Miller. Miller, who calls Johnny Cash his "lifelong passion," opened Johnny Cash's Kitchen & Saloon, a 15,000-square-foot restaurant and bar at 121 Third Ave. S., in August. It's next door to his Johnny Cash Museum. In May, Miller announced a partnership with Frank Sinatra Enterprises... (READ MORE)
A boy named Bill: How a Johnny Cash super fan became a Nashville power player
When Bill Miller’s youngest son was born, he received a handwritten letter from Johnny Cash. Although Miller first met the singer as a 13-year-old member of the Johnny Cash Fan Club, the note wasn’t a generic message from the desk of a big-time superstar. It was a personalized letter from Cash himself... (READ MORE)
The Boss: Once a teenage member of the Johnny Cash fan club, Nashville tourism is now his business
Bill Miller's first trip to Nashville was memorable, to say the least. As a teenage member of the Johnny Cash fan club, he flew out – solo – from California and got to meet the Man in Black himself. Today, Miller helms Icon Entertainment Group, a company that's brought Cash's memory alive... (READ MORE)
Bill Miller Makes Magic at Nashville's House of Cards
With its new House of Cards venue, Miller's Icon Entertainment Group still has some tricks up his sleeve for Music City.
Just a few years ago Bill Miller and his Icon Entertainment Group weren't a fixture on the Nashville tourism scene. The best-known sites for visitors... (READ MORE)
Aggressive downtown impresario buys another historic building
Bill Miller, a California transplant who has spent millions on downtown real estate in recent years, is adding to his portfolio.
Miller, whose properties include the Johnny Cash and Patsy Cline museums, Nudie's Honky Tonk and Skull's Rainbow Room, has purchased the historic Federal Reserve Building... (READ MORE)
FERRIER FILES: Nashville's new magic bar is unlike anything you've ever seen
It is part speakeasy, part Harry Potter, but it also feels a little like a museum. You have never seen anything like it. First Bill Miller opened the Johnny Cash Museum and then Nudie’s Honky Tonk with the longest bar in town. Miller opened the Patsy Cline Museum and then bought Skull's Rainbow Room all in less than five years. But now Bill Miller is going way outside of the box. (READ MORE)
'House Of Cards' Magic Entertainment Venue Coming To Downtown Nashville
A magic-centered and themed restaurant and entertainment experience called "House of Cards" will be opening up beneath the Johnny Cash Museum on April 9. The venue is called House of Cards because of the rare and unique cards that are displayed throughout the restaurant... (READ MORE)
‘House of Cards has a very gothic, grand feel’
Cash museum owner Bill Miller preps to open live magic venue in SoBro
Bill Miller is prepping to open on Monday, April 9, in SoBro his House of Cards, a restaurant and live magic venue that will be the only entertainment offering of its type in Nashville... (READ MORE)
Bill Miller's seven-figure purchase adds to his Nashville holdings, which also include the Patsy Cline Museum, Nudie's Honky Tonk and Music City Threads.
The owner of downtown's Johnny Cash Museum has bought a majority stake in Skull's Rainbow Room, the Printers Alley bar and restaurant known for its burlesque shows. "Skull's fits perfectly into our strategy of investing in historic, iconic venues rich with history and of the highest caliber," Bill Miller said... (READ MORE)
Downtown power player Bill Miller is jumping into the hotel game
Bill Miller, CEO of Icon Entertainment Group and one of downtown Nashville’s most eclectic tastemakers, is ready to stake his claim in another portion of the hospitality industry.... (READ MORE)