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Marjorie Helen Orwig (June 3, 1924, Madera, California – June 14, 2000, Oceanside, California, better known as Margie Rayburn) was an American singer. 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.
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I'm a Rainbow is the ninth studio album (fourth double album) recorded by Donna Summer. Recorded in 1981 but shelved, it would not be released until 1996. There was no official release or promotion for the album. After making her name as the biggest selling and most important female artist of the disco era in the 1970s, Summer had signed to Geffen Records in 1980 and released the new wave-influenced album The Wanderer
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. 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".
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About Margie Rayburn. b. 1924, Madera, California, USA, d. 14 June 2000, Oceanside, California, USA. 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.
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