The Music Man of Central: Mr. Milsap

Bryan Milsap is the Restorative Liaison here at Central High School!

As a Restorative Liaison, his roles are reviewing and analyzing behavioral data, students’ plans and behavior incidents. But to him, his most important role is providing support to all students in any way he can. In his free time, he loves to travel and spend time in nature. His biggest passion however, is listening to and seeing live music.

Mr. Milsap and his wife at the Grateful Dead “Fare Thee Well” 50th anniversary show

Mr. Milsap has two favorite bands, The Grateful Dead and The String Cheese Incident. As an avid concert goer, he has lost track of how many times he has seen different versions of The Grateful Dead, but he knows that it is in the hundred’s. As far as how many times he has seen The String Cheese Incident, he has seen them 151 times and has tickets to see them twice in April.

Mr. Milsap listens to a lot of different music. Along with the Dead and Cheese, he listens to bands in the jam band genre such as Phish and Widespread Panic. Some of his other favorites are Pearl Jam, The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd. He is also a big Bluegrass fan and enjoys artists such as The Infamous Stringdusters, Yonder Mountain String Band, Rising Appalachia and Billy Strings.

Mr. Milsap is married to Mrs. Milsap, a teacher here at Central, and they have been married for 25 years. He has many cool stories from his years on the road including hanging out with String Cheese after one of their shows in New York, to his wife being invited to sing with Phil Lesh, the bassist from The Grateful Dead, in California. He thinks that one of the best parts (aside from the music) is the friendships that you can form from seeing bands in concert.

Mrs Milsap, Mr Milsap, and Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead

You can often find Mr. Milsap running from one side of Central to the other, but you can also find him at upcoming concerts for Billy Strings, Satsang, The String Cheese Incident and Bobby Weir & The Wolf Brothers with the Atlanta Symphony. 

Read more from The Bobcat Times:

Why Music?

Centrals Most Anticipated Music

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