1954 - 1980s

Fraternity Records was established by songwriter Harry Carlson in Cincinnati, Ohio in the year 1954 .

The label had a few hits in the 1950s and 1960s by artists such as Lonnie Mack, Jimmy Dorsey or Cathy Carr, but never had a lasting impact, but the label managed to survive for decades, well into the 1980s. Shad O'Shea purchased the company from Carlson in 1975.

Source: CVINYL


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