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Ross Millard Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Ross Millard (22 July 1982 in Sunderland) is a guitarist and vocalist in UK act The Futureheads. The band released their debut album The Futureheads in September 2004, which included the hit singles Hounds Of Love, Decent Days & Nights, and Meantime. Their second album News & Tributes followed in May 2006, with their third album 'This Is Not The World' was released in May 2008 via the band's own label Nul Records.Ross attended Newcastle University, UK and graduated in 2003 with a BA(Hons) in English Literature.In 2007 Millard set up his own record label Longest Mile Records with friends Paul Reed and Nick Jackon. Releasing on 7" Vinyl and digitally, Long Mile Records first release was the debut single "This Is Just The Nighttime, Andy!"from North-Eastern band, The Catweasels. This was followed with the release of "I'll Love You Until My Veins Explode / Milkrun" by Canadian band The Paper Cranes, "Tonight I Have To Leave It" by Shout Out Louds, and "Short Term, Long Term" by This Ain't Vegas.Millard also appeared on the Yourcodenameis:Milo collaboration album, Print Is Dead Vol 1 on the song 'I Remember The Summer Isles'.On 18 October 2008, he appeared on MUTV's Good Morning Manchester programme. However, he is of no relation to the Ross Millard who was born in 1979 and was on the books of Manchester United from 1995 to 1998.Millard as of 2013 is also involved with a project called Rivals with debut single 'I'm Not an Animal' due out in October.
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