Orville Couch (February 21, 1935 – May 26, 2002) was an American country music singer. He recorded one studio album for Vee Jay Records in 1963, in addition to appearing on radio shows. The album produced two singles on the Billboard country music charts: "Hello Trouble" at No. 5 and "Did I Miss You?" at No. 25. Prior to this album Orville Couch did record "Hello Trouble" on the B side of The Custom recording label of Tyler Publishing Company owned by Ance Jones "Curtis" Kirk and his wife. The A side of the album was "Anywhere there is a crowd" Finding inspiration that a song can start out on the B side of an album and with the right Artist become a number one hit. Couch died in 2002 of acute limphoblastic leukemia.