Sandy Records

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Sandy Records
Founded 1957
Founder Paul DuBose
Johnny Bozeman
Genre Rock and Roll
Country of origin US
Location Mobile, Alabama

Sandy Records was a short-lived but very influential independent rock and roll record label established in Mobile, Alabama by Paul DuBose and Johnny Bozeman [1] in early 1957. It launched the careers of many artists such as Ray Sawyer, lead vocalist of Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show.

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  1. ^ Shane (RCS Label Listing)