Margie Rayburn - Wait / Make Me Queen Again mp3 album
Rayburn was born in Madera, California and sang as a member of The Sunnysiders, who had a Top 40 hit in the United States in 1955 with the song "Hey! Mr. Banjo". Rayburn married Norman Milkin, also a member of the Sunnysiders. The single, released on Liberty Records, reached on the Billboard Hot 100 in November 1957. As a songwriter she co-wrote with Milkin the 1963 song "Roman Holiday". Make Me Queen Again".
Rare and Forgotten Female Vocalists, Vol. 4 2016. This Could Be the Start of Something. Rayburn’s first significant professional experience was as vocalist for the Ray Anthony Orchestra. She later sang with Gene Autry and as a member of the Sunnysiders, on their sole Top 20 hit, ‘Hey, Mr. Banjo’, in 1955. This Liberty Records single eventually peaked at number 9 in the Billboard pop charts in October 1957. She was unable to follow the single with another hit and gave up her recording career by the mid-60s.
Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Margie Rayburn. Rayburn was born in Madera, California and sang as a member of The Sunnysiders, who had a Top 40 hit in the United States in 1955 with the song "Hey! Mr.
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Connected to: California Liberty Records Madera, California. Marjorie Helen Orwig (June 3, 1924, Madera, California – June 14, 2000, Oceanside, California, better known as Margie Rayburn ) was an American singer.
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