Roy Orbison

Roy Orbison & Johnny Cash Perform “Oh, Pretty Woman” In 1969

Roy Orbison and Johnny Cash were longtime friends and in a 1969 episode of The Johnny Cash Show, they talked for a bit and performed an Orbison classic – “Oh, Pretty Woman”. Orbison told Cash, “You said if I lowered my voice and changed my name I might make it.” After this guesting, they joined forces again for several other events and TV appearances.
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Remember When Roy Orbison Performed on ‘The Dukes of Hazzard’?

You never quite knew who might pop up from week to week on The Dukes of Hazzard. The show featured a number of seemingly improbable guest appearances over the years, including one from the legendary Roy Orbison. Orbison played himself during a musical appearance on the show that aired on March 27, 1981, and he performed his signature hit, "Oh, Pretty Woman."
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Rolling Stone

Drummer Phil Jones on His Years With Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, and Roy Orbison

Rolling Stone interview series Unknown Legends features long-form conversations between senior writer Andy Greene and veteran musicians who have toured and recorded alongside icons for years, if not decades. All are renowned in the business, but some are less well known to the general public. Here, these artists tell their complete stories, giving an up-close look at life on music’s A list. This edition features drummer Phil Jones.

“Pretty Woman” Singer Roy Orbison Mercedes-Benz 600 Going to Auction

The long-wheelbase model of the Mercedes-Benz 600 may be infamous for being an “evil driver’s car” or for being tied up with dictators, but its standard four-door version that will be hitting the auction block in Newtown, Pennsylvania, is considered to be a darling. That’s because the car was originally owned by the late Roy Orbison.