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Birmingham

Kudzu Records

Rock Record Label  Birmingham, AL

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame

Vent Records

Blues Record Label Topper Price, Dick's Hat Band Birmingham, AL

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame

Rogersville

Woodrich Records was a record label based in Rogersville and Lexington, Alabama in the early 1960s. The labels were blue with silver print. It was owned by Woody Richardson, who did most of the recording in his home studio. It is also possible that some of the songs were recorded in Nashville, Tennessee.

Source: Wikipedia

Discography: http://www.45rpmrecords.com/ST/Woodrich.php

Discography at RCS: http://rcs-discography.com/rcs/label.php?key=2412

Mobile

Sandy Records was a short-lived but very influential independent rock and roll record label established in Mobile, Alabama by Paul DuBose and Johnny Bozeman in early 1957. It launched the careers of many artists such as Ray Sawyer, lead vocalist of Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show. "Tell Him No" by Travis and Bob became the label's first hit record in 1959.

Subsidiary labels were Orange Records, started in 1959. The artists included Jackie Morningstar, Billy Clark, and the Smith Brothers. Orange records was another subsidiary with a release by Lindburgh Deavers.

Sources: Wikipedia, Rockin' Country Style, Blackcat Rockabilly

More info on Lindburgh Deavers at Rockin' Country Style:

http://rcs-discography.com/rcs/artist.php?key=deav5000

45 Discography for Sandy Records:

http://www.globaldogproductions.info/s/sandy.html

Rockin' County Style Discography with sound clips:

http://rcs-discography.com/rcs/label.php?key=1045

Travis and Bob's "Tell Him No" on YouTube:

http://youtu.be/l-AXLitm0Ss

Selected Videos: http://www.alabamamusichistoryblog.alabamamusicoffice.com/2012/01/rockabilly-gems-from-mobiles-sandy.html