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For more information, see RCA Victor Records.

RCA Victor, a record company that came into existence in 1929; not to be confused with the earlier Victor Talking Machine Company; see Category:Victor Records artists for people who recorded for that earlier label. Pop-oriented artists should be listed under Category:RCA Records artists.

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Abbe Lane

Ada Jones

Al Caiola

Al Goodman

Al Hirt

Al Sears

Alain Barrière

Alex North

Alice Babs

Alice Ghostley

Allan Sherman

Alma Cogan

Alys Robi

Ames Brothers

André Previn

Andy Russell (singer)

Anita Carter

Anita Kerr

Ann-Margret

Anna Moffo

Anthony A. Mitchell

Anthony Newley

Anthony Perkins

April Stevens

Arbee Stidham

Archie Campbell

Art and Dotty Todd

Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith

Arthur Collins (singer)

Arthur Crudup

Arthur Fiedler

Arthur Pryor

Artie Shaw

Audrey Meadows

Autry Inman

Baker Knight

Barbara Feldon

Barney Rapp

Barry De Vorzon

Barry Sadler

Beatrice Kay

Bennie Moten

Benny Carter

Benny Goodman

Benny Martin

Bernardo de Muro

Betty Hutton

Bill Boyd (musician)

Bill Carlisle

Billy Butterfield

Billy Eckstine

Bing Crosby

Bob Hope

Bob Nolan

Bob Thompson (musician)

Bobby Day

Bobby Driscoll

Bobby Pickett

Bonnie Guitar

Boots Randolph

Boyce and Hart

Brook Benton

Brother Dave Gardner

Buchanan Brothers

Bud Powell

Buddy Bregman

Buddy Morrow

Bunny Berigan

Buzz Clifford

Carol Channing

Carole King

Carson Robison

Caterina Valente

Charles Laughton

Charlie Monroe

Charlie Rich

Charlie Ventura

Christopher Cloud

Claude Thornhill

Claus Ogerman

Cliff Edwards

Clydie King

Connee Boswell

Conrad Thibault

Cootie Williams

Count Basie

Curtis Gordon

Curtis Jones (pianist)

Dale Evans

Damita Jo DeBlanc

Daniel Joseph Schafer

Danny Davis (country musician)

Danny Thomas

Darleen Carr

Darrell Glenn

Dave "Baby" Cortez

Dave Pell

David Houston (singer)

David Lindley (musician)

David Rose

Del Wood

Della Reese

Dennis Day

Desi Arnaz

Diahann Carroll

Dick Contino

Dick Damron

Dick Glasser

Dick Hyman

Dinah Shore

Dizzy Gillespie

Doctor Clayton

Domenico Modugno

Don Bowman (singer)

Don Cornell

Don Durant

Don Gibson

Don Lang (musician)

Don McNeill (performer)

Don Robertson (songwriter)

Dorothy Loudon

Duane Eddy

Duke Ellington

Eartha Kitt

Ed Ames

Ed Bruce

Ed Wynn

Eddie Cantor

Eddie Fisher (singer)

Eddie Heywood

Eddy Arnold

Ellis Larkins

Elton Britt

Elvis Presley

Erroll Garner

Erskine Hawkins

Ethel Ennis

Ethel Waters

Etta James

Ezio Pinza

Fats Waller

Fess Parker

Floyd Cramer

Floyd Tillman

Four Lovers

Fran Allison

Fran Warren

Frank De Vol

Frankie Carle

Frankie Randall (singer)

Fred Astaire

Freddy Martin

Gail Davis

Gale Garnett

Gaynel Hodge

Gene Austin

Gene Krupa

George "Gabby" Hayes

George Beverly Shea

George Duning

George Gobel

George James (musician)

George Wright (organist)

Gisele MacKenzie

Glenn Miller

Glenn Yarbrough

Gogi Grant

Gordon Terry

Grandpa Jones

Guylaine Guy

H. B. Barnum

Hal Blaine

Hal Kemp

Hank Cochran

Hank Locklin

Hank Penny

Harpo Marx

Harry Belafonte

Hawkshaw Hawkins

Henri René

Henry (Hank) Sylvern

Henry Mancini

Herb Jeffries

Herbie Fields

Hilton Jefferson

Homer and Jethro

Hugo & Luigi

Hugo Montenegro

Hugo Winterhalter

Ilene Woods

Irving Fazola

Isao Tomita

Ishmon Bracey

J. J. Johnson

Jack Clement

Jack Paar

Jack Scott (singer)

Jack Teagarden

James Stewart

Jan Peerce

Jane Pickens Langley

Janet Baker

Janis Martin

Jaye P. Morgan

Jayne Meadows

Jean Chapel

Jean Sablon

Jeanne Pruett

Jeff Barry

Jenny Lou Carson

Jerry Colonna (entertainer)

Jesse Belvin

Jim Jackson (musician)

Jimmie Rodgers (country singer)

Jimmy Dean

Jimmy Driftwood

Jimmy Elledge

Jimmy Martin

Jimmy Murphy (musician)

Jimmy Witherspoon

Joe Williams (jazz singer)

Johana Harris

John D. Loudermilk

John Gary

John Hartford

John Kongos

Johnnie & Jack

Johnny Hartman

Johnny Russell (singer)

Johnny Tyler

Josef Krips

Josephine Baker

José Feliciano

José Ferrer

Juanita Hall

Judas Priest

Julius Daniels

Julius La Rosa

Kate Smith

Kathryn Beaumont

Kay Starr

Kenny Price

Kokomo Arnold

Labelle

Larry Dale

Larry Elgart

Las Hermanas Montoya

Lauritz Melchior

Lee Andrews & the Hearts

Lena Horne

Leontyne Price

Leroy Carr

Les Baxter

Les Paul

Linda Scott

Lindsay Crosby

Lisa Kirk

Liz Anderson

Lonzo and Oscar

Lorene Mann

Lorne Greene

Los Indios Tabajaras

Lou Monte

Louis Armstrong

Louis Prima

Lucky Millinder

Marie McDonald

Marilyn Monroe

Mario Lanza

Martha Carson

Marty Gold

Mary Martin

Matt Dennis

Max Steiner

Meredith Willson

Merv Griffin

Michel Legrand

Mick Ronson

Mickey & Sylvia

Mickey Katz

Miguelito Valdés

Mike Pedicin

Mike Settle

Mildred Bailey

Milford Graves

Milt Herth

Milton Berle

Milton Brown

Milton Cross

Mindy Carson

Minnie Pearl

Mitchell Torok

Muggsy Spanier

Myrna Lorrie

Mø (singer)

Nan Wynn

Neal Hefti

Neil Sedaka

Nick Adams (actor)

Nilla Pizzi

Nino Tempo

Norma Jean (singer)

Norman Luboff

Noro Morales

Odetta

Osborne Brothers

Otis Blackwell

Page Cavanaugh

Pat Suzuki

Patrice Munsel

Patsy Montana

Patti Austin

Paul Anka

Paul Desmond

Paul Evans (musician)

Paul Lavalle

Paul Winchell

Pee Wee King

Peggy March

Perry Como

Pete King (saxophonist)

Peter Nero

Phil Harris

Phil Regan (actor)

Phil Spitalny

Phineas Newborn, Jr.

Piano Red

Polly Bergen

Pérez Prado

Ralph Flanagan

Ray Charles (musician, born 1918)

Ray Ellis

Ray Gilbert

Ray Heindorf

Ray Kinney

Ray Martin (orchestra leader)

Ray McKinley

Ray Noble

Ray Peterson

Red Callender

Red Sovine

Redd Stewart

René Hall

Reparata and the Delrons

Rex Humbard

Rex Stewart

Rita Pavone

Robert Merrill

Robert Nighthawk

Robert Russell Bennett

Robert Shaw (conductor)

Rod Lauren

Rod McKuen

Roger Miller

Ronnie Cord

Ronnie Hilton

Ronny & the Daytonas

Rosalie Allen

Rose Murphy

Rosemary Clooney

Roy Hamilton

Roy Orbison

Roy Rogers

Roy Smeck

Rudy Vallée

Sam Butera

Sam Cooke

Sammy Kaye

Sauter-Finegan Orchestra

Sergio Franchi

Shirley Temple

Shorty Rogers

Shug Fisher

Si Zentner

Six Fat Dutchmen

Skeeter Bonn

Skip Bifferty

Skip Martin

Slim Whitman

Small Faces

Sonny James

Sonny Rollins

Sonny Terry

Sons of the Pioneers

Sophia Loren

Spade Cooley

Speer Family

Spike Jones

Sterling Holloway

Stu Phillips (country singer)

Stuart Hamblen

Sylvie Vartan

T. Texas Tyler

Tal Henry

Tampa Red

Tex Beneke

Tex Williams

The Astronauts (band)

The Barry Sisters

The Bell Sisters

The Blackwood Brothers

The Bobbettes

The Browns

The Cascades (band)

The Crew-Cuts

The Davis Sisters (country band)

The DeCastro Sisters

The Delta Rhythm Boys

The Fontane Sisters

The Four Tunes

The Go-Go's (British band)

The Honey Dreamers

The Isley Brothers

The Jordanaires

The King Sisters

The Nutty Squirrels

The Pied Pipers

The Searchers (band)

The Shelton Brothers

The Statesmen Quartet

The Teen Queens

The Three Suns

The Tokens

The Treniers

Thomas Beecham

Tiger Haynes

Tim Spencer (singer)

Tito Puente

Tito Rodríguez

Tommy Dorsey

Tommy Leonetti

Tommy Sands (American singer)

Tommy Steele

Tommy Tucker (singer)

Toni Arden

Tony Martin (American singer)

Trade Martin

Val Anthony

Van Cliburn

Vaughn Monroe

Vernon Dalhart

Vernon Oxford

Vic Damone

Vic Mizzy

Virgil Fox

Wally Cox

Walt Solek

Walter Davis (blues)

Walter Hampden

Walter Slezak

Waylon Jennings

Wayne King

Wild Bill Davis

Wilf Carter (musician)

Will Glahé

William F. Denny

Willie Nelson

Xavier Cugat

Zeke Manners

Zé Rodrix


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Various Artists - RCA Victor Station Break Spots, Side 2 (1961)

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