«Margie Rayburn» - biography, albums, songs, video clips

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. She also had a Top Ten hit of her own in 1957 with the song "I'm Available", which was written by Dave Burgess. The single, released on Liberty Records, reached #9 on the Billboard Hot 100 in November 1957.

Singles

  • I'm Available { US # 9 - November 1957 }
  • Take A Gamble On Me (Margie Rayburn and The Nuggets) b/w Every Minute Of The Day (Margie Rayburn with Jack Collier and His Orchestra) - Liberty F-55043 - 1956 ("Every Minute Of The Day" was written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller)

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