Orpheus (band)

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The group in 2014
The group in 2014
Background information
OriginWorcester, Massachusetts, United States
Years active1967 - 1971, 1988 - 1989, 2014 - Present
BAM (Bruce Arnold Music)

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. Original band members, including Stephen Martin, Jack McKennes, Eric "Snake" Gulliksen, and Harry Sandler, along with Robert Emmet Dunlap and Kathi Taylor, performed for many years in New England as Orpheus Reborn.[1] [2]




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  1. ^ "Orpheus returns to Worcester roots with Mechanics Hall show May 9". 2020. Retrieved 2020-10-26.
  2. ^ "In Tune with his Audience". 2008. Retrieved 2020-10-26.
  1. Marin Independent Journal - "Orpheus makes its West Coast debut, 45 years later"
  2. Telegram.com - "Orpheus Finds The Time To Beautifully Evoke The 1960s"
  3. Marin Independent Journal - Press Play: Bruce Arnold's "Orpheus Again"
  4. GoLocalWorcester.com - "Orpheus Gears Up For Mechanics Hall Homecoming - May 9th"
  5. Fuse Music Interview: 60′s Sunshine Pop Pioneer Bruce Arnold "Finds the Time" for Orpheus

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