QCA was founded in the early 1950s by Edward R. Bosken as Queen City Album Company to print album jackets for LPs. It eventually expanded into manufacturing and issuing singles and LPs on the QCA label and doing custom record manufacturing. Rusty York used QCA for pressing a lot of the singles and LPs he issued on his Jewel label. J.D. Jarvis, the Easter Brothers, the Sullivan Family, and Jimmie Skinner all had LPs issued by QCA. One of the most unusual LPs issued by QCA was a collaboration between banjo player/rockabilly Rusty York and blues/rock guitarist Lonnie Mack doing “Dueling Banjos” and other songs, at the time of the “Deliverance” craze.

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