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|Origin||Worcester, Massachusetts, United States|
|Years active||1967 - 1971, 1988 - 1989, 2014 - Present|
BAM (Bruce Arnold Music)
Red Bird Records
Orpheus is an American rock band originally from Worcester, Massachusetts, that enjoyed popularity in the 1960s and early 1970s, featuring lead singer/songwriter Bruce Arnold. They had two charted Billboard Hot 100 singles, "Brown Arms in Houston" and "Can't Find the Time," both released on MGM Records.
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- Orpheus (1968)
- Ascending (1968)
- Joyful (1969)
- Orpheus (1971)
- The Best of Orpheus (Ace Big Beat Release, 1995)
- The Very Best of Orpheus (2001)
- The Complete Orpheus (2001)
- Orpheus Again (BAM! Release, 2010)
- Marin Independent Journal - "Orpheus makes its West Coast debut, 45 years later"
- Telegram.com - "Orpheus Finds The Time To Beautifully Evoke The 1960's"
- Marin Independent Journal - Press Play: Bruce Arnold's "Orpheus Again"
- GoLocalWorcester.com - "Orpheus Gears Up For Mechanics Hall Homecoming - May 9th"
- Fuse Music Interview: 60′s Sunshine Pop Pioneer Bruce Arnold "Finds the Time" for Orpheus
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