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Oaks, Bob
O'Bannon, Charlie

O'Conner Murphy, Keith

Oddballs

O'Dell, Doye
Official off-site page.

Offbeats
Ogletree, Leo
O'Gwynn, James
O'Henry & Barbara
Oilar, Bev
O'Keefe, Johnny

O'Keefe, Larry

Ain't-a That Something, '59

Oertling, Jim
Old Moss Back, '59

Okie Doke Band
Ole Miss Downbeats
Oliver, Bobby
Oliver, Dale
Oliver, Danny
Oller, Shadie

Olenn, Johnny
Sally Let Your Bangs Hang Down, '55

Olson, Reggie
Lookin' Waitin' Searchin' Hopin', '58

Olson, Rocky
O'Mary, Slim
Omegas
One, Bobby
O'Neal, Bob
O'Neal, Gradie Joe
O'Neill, Johnny
Opper, Wolf
O'Quin, Gene
Ontario, Art
Ontario, Joe
Opkis, Cenith

RO
Orbison, Roy

Chicken Hearted, '58
Claudette, '58
Claudette, '68
Devil Doll, '56
Domino, '56
Fool's Hall Of Fame, '58
Go Go Go, '56
Mean Little Mama, '58
Ooby Dooby, '56
Rockhouse, '56
Trying To Get To You, '56
At the early age of thirteen, Orbison formed his first band, the Wink (Texas) Westerners. His talent has never been in doubt; he had his own radio show at the age of eight and when he was ten years old he had his first paying job - a medicine show.
Off-Site: Roy Orbison Home Page


Orbits
The Orbits Website

Ordge, Jimmy
Original Starfires

Orion

Orr, J.D.

Orrell, David
Be My Baby

Orrison, Bob
Osborn, Dave
Osborne, Arthur
Osborne, Billy
Osborne, Jimmie

Osborne, Kell
Hey Ruby

Osburn, Bob

Oster, Al
Midnight Sun Rock

Ott, Paul
Ottey, Kenny
Outlaws

Overstreet, Tommy

Owen, Jimmy
Owen, Mack
Owen, Rudy
Owston, Chuck

Pix
Owens, Buck

a/k/a Corky Jones - "Hot Dog"
Played rhythm guitar on some early Gene Vincent tracks at Capitol.
Owens, Clyde
Right & Ready, '58
Rock My Baby, '58
Swing It Little Katy, '59

Owens, Danny
Owens, Don
Owens, Dusty
Owens, Glen
Owens, Jack

Owens, Keith
Hot Rod Lincoln

Owens, Kenny
I Got The Bug, '58

Owens, Robert

*Oxford, Vernon

Born June 8, 1941, Benton County, Arkansas. Raised in Wichita, Kansas. An ultra-hard, old-time country singer who had the misfortune to pop up in Nashville in the late 70's, during an era when the town was far too preoccupied with Outlaws like Waylon & Willie and crossover hipsters like Kenny Rogers to pay much attention to him ... Though Oxford garnered a fair amount of critical attention for his back-beyond-the-basics approach, country radio never paid him much attention either. His sole trip to the country top 20, in fact, came with his raucous 1976 novelty tune 'Redneck.'

Ox Tones