Kitty Records

A label owned by Ott Ginter of Miamisburg, Kitty became legendary because it released two 1951 singles that marked the first time that the Osborne Brothers appeared together on record. The rare recordings featured Louise Osborne (Bob and Sonny’s sister) singing lead, Bobby singing tenor and playing mandolin, Sonny playing banjo, and supposedly Jimmy Martin playing guitar, although Jimmy later denied being on the recordings.

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