Little Star Records

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Little Star Records was an independent label that was founded by music industry veteran H. B. Barnum in 1961.[where?]

Among the artists that recorded for the label include Jimmy Cavallo, The O'Jays and Little Richard, who recorded under the pseudonym, "The World Famous Upsetters", marking his first non-gospel recordings since 1957 on the label.

The label folded in 1963 but was recently re-established in the new millennium.