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♫ Roy Orbison (1936 – 1988) was 52-years-old and making a BIG comeback in the biz when he had a fatal heart attack. Buried at Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery ♫

1960 - Roy Orbison hits with his single "Only The Lonely"

Roy Orbison April 1964: Legendary American rock 'n' roll singer Roy Orbison (1936 - 1988) at Dolphin Square in London

Roy Orbison April Legendary American rock 'n' roll singer Roy Orbison - at Dolphin Square in London

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April 1936 - Roy Orbison, enters the world. "Oh, Pretty Woman" is one of his best known songs.

Roy Kelton Orbison  began his career in the 1950's, becoming the biggest selling artist of the early 1960's. He suffered many tragedies in the late 1960's. When he decided to record again, it was one of the most anticipated comebacks in music history.  "She's a Mystery to Me" is the single from Roy Orbison's 1989 album, 'Mystery Girl'. The track was written for Orbison by Bono and The Edge of U2. The album 'Mystery Girl' received its name from the song.

Roy Kelton Orbison began his career in the becoming the biggest selling…

The Beatles backstage at the Roy Orbison tour with Gerry and the Pacemakers.

When the Beatles Toured With Roy Orbison, They Hated Following Him

Elvis Presley last met Roy Orbison Vegas 1976. Orbison was in the audience and Presley introduced him on stage... "Quite simply, the greatest singer in the world, Roy Orbison". Barbara Orbison, the widow of Roy Orbison, died Dec. 6 on the 23rd anniversary of his death. She was 60.

Elvis Presley last met Roy Orbison Vegas Orbison was in the audience and Presley introduced him on stage. "Quite simply, the greatest singer in the world, Roy Orbison", said Elvis about Orbison.

▶ Roy Orbison - Only The Lonely (A Black & White Night) - YouTube On piano was Glen D. Hardin, who had played piano for Buddy Holly as well as Elvis Presley. Lead guitarist James Burton, drummer Ronnie Tutt and bassist Jerry Scheff were also from Presley's group. Male background vocals and some guitars were provided by Bruce Springsteen, Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, Jackson Browne, J.D. Souther and Steven Soles. Female background vocalists were k.d. lang, Jennifer Warnes and Bonnie Raitt.

Roy Orbison - Only The Lonely (A Black & White Night) Cant decide if i like this one or chris isaaks cover more.

Roy Orbison’s Texan roots offer a glimpse into his rockabilly music, but it’s his personal style of jet-black hair and ubiquitous black sunglasses that made his octave-changing vocals all the more fascinating.

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Roy Orbisons Texan roots offer a glimpse into his rockabilly music, but its his personal style of jet-black hair and ubiquitous black sunglasses that made his octave-changing vocals all the more fascinating.

Traveling Wilburys

The Traveling Wilburys: Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne, Bob Dylan, George Harrison & Roy Orbison.

1962 Roy Orbison - Southern Hair the Year You Were Born - Southernliving. Another Tennessee native, who was born in Texas, with a noteworthy hairstyle, Roy Orbison’s coiffure was quintessential to the decade in which he found fame. The classic pompadour look was certainly a popular one (fellow musician Elvis Presley also claimed it), and it’s almost too close to call who wore it best.

Southern Hair the Year You Were Born

1962 Roy Orbison - Southern Hair the Year You Were Born - Southern Living