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ROCK-A-BILLY MUSICIANS ON 45 RPM – “G” ARTIST LISTINGS

(Also see my “ROCK-A-BILLY/ROCK/RHYTHM & BLUES PIONEERS FROM THE 1950’S ON 78 RPM” page for many main-stream pioneers)

Many of these musicians have been inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame

Ben Gabbard & The Ranch Hands – Rocket – 1958

RUDY GADDIS – URANIUM FEVER – 1956

Bob Gaddy – Old Town – 1957

Eddie Gaines – Summit – 1958

Roy Gaines – RCA Victor – 1958

(Waskom, Texas – With The Crusaders)

Jim Gale – Ken – 1969

Gene Gaither – Yonah – 1961

Gene Galimore – K-Ark – 1961

James Gallagher – B&G – 1960

The Gallant Men – Ford – 1962

Ronnie Gallant – Warner Bros. – 1962

Bob Gallion – MGM – 1956

Pearl Galloway – AMP 3 – 1958

Johnny Gamble – Spa – 1958

The Augie Garcia Quintet – Kirk – 1956

Dave Gardner – OJ – 1957

(David Gardner – Tennessee – transitioned from rockabilly into country comedy)

BILL GARLAND – PAM – 1959

(Mulberry, Arkansas)

Gabe Garland & His Rocking Band – Wynne – 1959

Al Garner – Excello – 1961

Billy Garner – Mojo – 1961

Johnny Garner – Imperial – 1958

Junior Garner – Dixie – 1961

Red Garrett – RCA Victor – 1954

Bobby Garrett – Mirwood – 1966

(Performed also as Bob Relf and Bobby Valentino)

George Garrish and J.B. Combo – Town – 1961

Glen Garrison & The Note Kings – Crest – 1958

(Glen Harold Garrison)

Red Garrison & His Zodiacs – RMP – 1959

Jimmy Gartin & His Bad Cats – Strate 8 – 1960

Gary & Billy – 20th Fox – 1959

Phil Gary – Olimpic – 1962

David Gates – East West – 1959

(David Ashworth Gates – Tulsa, Oklahoma – later with Bread – earlier with The Accents – The Avalanches – The Fencemen – The Glaciers and The Manchesters)

Jackie Gates – Skyway – 1961

Ben Gattis – Erwin – 1957

Dee-Dee Gaudet – Dodge – 1963

Tony Gavin – 20th Fox – 1960

Betsy Gay – Regis – 1956

Bobby Gay and the Sparkle Tones – Mida – 1959

Elaine Gay – DeLuxe – 1955

Melvin Gayle – Castle – 1962

The Gayles – ABC-Paramount – 1956

Paul Gayten – Checker – 1956

(Paul Leon Gayten – Kentwood, Louisiana)

The Gee Cees – Crest – 1961

Ray Gee & The Counts – Planet – 1965

Tony Gee – Time – 1962

Gene & Jerry – Dial – 1963

Gene & The Strangers – Fireside – 1965

Donny Geno – Rip – 1958

Gentleman Jim – Tera – 1959

The Gentry Brothers – Dixie – 1958

Bill Gentry – Universal – 1959

Donnie Gentry – Romulus – 1963

Ray Gentry & the Rovin’ Gamblers – Maverick – 1960

George & Earl – Mercury – 1955

(George McCormick and Earl Aycock

Lee George – Wonder – 1958

Ron George – Todd – 1965

Sonny George – MGM – 1958

Wally George – Accent – 1958

The Georgettes – Sabre – 1963

Jackie Gerard – Ray Star – 1961

Sheila Gernon – Cool – 1958

Don Gibson – MGM – 1957

(Donald Eugene Gibson – Shelby, North Carolina – with The King Cotton Kinfolks)

Curley Gibson and the Sunshine Boys – Leo – 1966

Steve Gibson & The Red Caps – Band Box – 1962

(At this point in time James Myers was publishing Steve Gibson material – Myers was the co-writer of “Rock Around The Clock”)

Boots Gilbert – Fortune- 1954

KENNY GILL – STEPHANIE – FREDDIE MAE

(Bunkie, Louisiana – fronted K.G. and the Montellets)

Robert Gill & The Gill-O-Teens – 1959

Mickey Gilley – Minor – 1957

(Mickey Leroy Gilley – Natchez, Mississippi)

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Jimmy Gilmer – Warwick – 1960

(Chicago, Illinois – joined the Fireballs to provide vocals for what had basically been an instrumental band)

James Gilreath – Vee-Eight – 1961

(James William Gilreath – Tupelo, Mississippi – with The Nite-Liters)

The Don Gils – Accent – 1966

Ginger & Johnny – Arcade – 1960

(Ginger Shannon and Johnny Montana – rumored to have been backed by some members of Haley’s Comets)

Marty Gino – Time – 1959

Wild Child Gipson – Hit – 1958

(Byron Gipson)

Lou Giordano – Brunswick – 1959

Bruce Gist – Conquest – 1960

Johnny Gittar & His Targets – High Time – 1955

The Glaser Brothers – Robbins – 1958

(Chuck, Tompall and Jim – Spalding, Nebraska)

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Dick Glasser – Argo – 1957

(Richard Eugene Glasser – Canton, Ohio – Alias Dick Lory )

CLIFF GLEAVES – SUMMER – 1957

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Glenn & Christy with the Adventures – Sonic – 1962

Billy Glenn – Ozark – 1960

Darrell Glenn & The Rhythm Riders – Valley – 1953

GLEN GLENN – ERA – 1958

(Orin Glen Troutman – Joplin, Missouri)

Linda Glover – Warwick – 1960

Chuck Goodard – Trepur – 1958

Ray Godfrey – Peach – 1962

Artie Golden – Dart – 1961

The Golden Catalinas – Target – 1966

Good Rockin’ Bob – Goldband – 1958

(Camille Bob – Arnaudville, Louisiana)

Larry Good – Brass – 1963

(Larry Joe Good – Kansas City, Missouri- with The Countrymen – The Good Times)

Ronnie Goode – Demon – 1958

Hal Goodson & the Raiders – Solo – 1957

(Childress, Texas)

Skip Goodspeed – Pleason – 1960

Bill Goodwin – Band Box – 1962

(Tennessee)

The Goofers – Coral – 1955

Curtis Gordon – Mercury – 1956

(Gulfport, Mississippi)

Luke Gordon – Starday – 1956

(with The Lonesome Drifters)

Roscoe Gordon – RPM – 1952

(Memphis, Tennessee)

Charlie Gore & His Band – Fan – 1958

(Chapmanville, West Virginia)

John Gosey – MOA – 1959

Leo Gosnell & the Smokey Mountain Drifters – 1959

JACKIE GOTROE – KEEN – 1958

(Jacques Gautreaux Jr. – San Francisco – Fronted the Scamps)

Sammy Gowans – United Artists – 1958

(Also performed as Danny Denver)

Glen Goza – Wand – 1969

CHARLIE GRACIE – 20TH CENTURY – 1955

(Charles Anthony Barnard Graci – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

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Joe Gradie and the Western Gents – Blue Moon – 1958

Bob Grady – Chart – 1958

Graham B – Speaks – 1957

LOU GRAHAM – CORAL – 1958

(Lewis Lyerly – Woodleaf, North Carolina –

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Graham, Tommy
I Love My Baby, ’59

Grams, Casey

Granahan, Gerry

Grand, K.C.

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JOHNNY GRANDE

(Member of Bill Haley’s Comets – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Jerry Grant – Sunbeam – 1958

JUNIOR GRAVLEY with the Rock-A-Tones – VEL-A-TONE – 1958

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Bobby Gray – OKeh – 1957

Billy Gray – Decca – 1956

(William Thomas Gray – Paris, Texas – with the Western Okies – Brazos Valley Boys – shown here with Wanda Jackson)

Charlie Gray – Clymax – 1958

(Some members of Bill Haley’s Comets backed Charlie on this single – song co-written by Bill Haley’s drummer Ralph Jones)

JIMMY GRAY – SHASTA – 1960

(James Samuel Gray – El Reno, Oklahoma – recorded with Duane Eddy and composed with Donnie Owens)

Phil Gray & The Go Boys – Robbins – 1958

Rudy Gray – Capitol – 1955

Larry Grayson – Marcel – 1958

Tony Grecco – Big Beat – 1961

Johnny Greco – Pageant – 1963

Leo Greco – Mirror – 1959

Joyce Green – Vaden – 1960

(Joyce Olivia Green – Bradford, Arkansas)

Bobby Green – Oak – 1958

(Raleigh, North Carolina?)

Big Charles Green – Hitt – 1958

Fred Green – Bobbin – 1959

Linda Green – RCA Victor – 1961

(Linda was one of the “Peaches” in “Peaches and Herb”)

Stardust Green – Ardvors – 1961

(George Green)

Barbara Greene – Atco – 1963

Marlin Greene – Tune – 1957

(One of the “Muscle Shoals Session” musicians)

Nick Greene – Capitol – 1957

Rudy Greene – Ember – 1957

Amon Greer – Jewel – 1966

David Gregg – McDowell – 1963

Joel Grey – Capitol – 1957

(Sort of weird that stage actor Joel Grey had took a brief shot at rockabilly – Joel David Katz – Cleveland, Ohio)

Buck Griffin – MGM – 1957

(Albert Clayton Griffin – Corsincana, Texas)

Curley Griffin – Atomic – 1956

JOE GRIFFIN – LIN – 1955

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Paul Griffin – Golden Crest – 1958

(Harlem, New York)

Gale Griffith with the Masters – Saga – 1958

JOE GRIFFITH & HIS TEEN AGE REBELS – REELFOOT – 1958

Bill Griffith – Belfair – 1959

Hope Griffith – Triple-D – 1957

Peggy Griffith – Now – 1958

Wes Griffith and the Treys – Bella – 1959

JIMMY GRIGGS – BOOT HEEL – 1967

Gene Grimes – Aggie – 1966

Marlon Grisham – Cover – 1959

Bobby Grove – King – 1956

(Robert Musgrove – Worley, Kentucky)

Jimmy Grubbs & His Music Makers – Mac – 1958

Don Guess – Brunswick – 1958

Johnny Guidry – Lynn – 1961

Billy Guitar – Del – 1960

Bonnie Guitar – Fabor – 1956

(Bonnie Buckingham – Seattle, Washington – the owner of Dolton Records)

Guitar Jeff & the Creoles – Rocket – 1959

Guitar Jr. – Goldband – 1958

(Lee Baker Jr. – Dubuisson, Louisiana –  performed also as Lonnie Brooks)

Sonny Guitar – Yucca – 1961

Phil Gulley – Decca – 1954

(Also recorded as Phil Gordon)

Stan Gunn and The Country Hepcats – Ron-Mar – 1958

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Bobby Guy – Apt – 1960

Dewey Guy & The Fabulous Six – Ridgecrest – 1959

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