Bobby Austin (musician)
Austin moved to Los Angeles in 1955, where he played bass in Wynn Stewart's band. He also worked as a session musician, for Buck Owens and Tommy Collins, among others, before being signed by Capitol Records as a solo artist in 1962. His "Apartment No. 9", written with Johnny Paycheck, was a hit for Tammy Wynette, in addition to reaching No. 21 on the U.S. country charts with his own version. His "Try a Little Kindness" also became a hit in its version by Glen Campbell.
|1966||"Apartment No. 9"||21||Apartment No. 9|
|1967||"Cupid's Last Arrow"||59|
|1968||"This Song Is Just For You"||68||Old Love Never Dies|
|1970||"For Your Love"||65||Singles only|
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