This Biography is about one of the best songwriter Roy Orbison including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Roy Orbison|
|Real Name||Roy Orbison|
|Profession||Rock Singers, Pop Singers, Country Singers|
|Nick Name||Roy Orbinson, Roy Orbsion, Ray Orbison, Roy Orbisson, Roy Kelton Orbison, Orbison, Roy, The Big O, The Voice, the Caruso of Rock|
|Personal Life of Roy Orbison|
|Born on||23 April 1936|
|Died At Age||52|
|Died on||06 December 1988|
|Place of death||Hendersonville|
|Spouses/Partners||Barbara Orbison, Claudette Frady, Claudette Frady|
|Children||Wesley Orbison, Roy Kelton Orbison, Alexander Orbison|
|Education||Odessa College, Wink High School|
|Awards||1980 – Grammy Award for Best Country Performance Duo Or Group 1986 – Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Or Non-Musical Recording 1988 – Grammy Award Best Country Vocal Collaboration (1988)|
1989 – Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal 1990 – Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance Male (1990) 1998 – Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award
|Personal Fact of Roy Orbison|
Roy Kelton Orbison was an American singer and songwriter and one of the gems of rockabilly. He is the one who perhaps had the most distinguished, commanding, flexible and quirky voice amongst all the pop singers ever. Although, he did not have moves like Presley, Killer looks like the Beatles and chic style like Sinatra but what he did have was this very powerful and romantic voice that used to awestruck people. He belonged to a working class family and paved his own way to success in his musical career.
Despite the fact that he faced many obstructions in the beginning, he did not flinch from his love for music and singing even for a day. His voice is recognized as a very peculiar three-octave one, mingled with his unconventional writing and looks and made him a favorite amongst the rockabilly fans. Rightly so, Presley once addressed to Orbison standing in the crowd in Vegas, attending his concert, as quite simply, the greatest singer in the world, Roy Orbison.
He is still dearly remembered for the most romantic song he gave to the world Oh, Pretty Woman, which was honored with a Grammy Hall of Fame Award, posthumously and was named one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.
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