|Birth name||Roy Fredrick Bargy|
|Born||July 31, 1894|
Newaygo, Michigan, U.S.
|Died||January 16, 1974 (aged 79)|
Vista, California, U.S.
Born in Newaygo, Michigan, he grew up in Toledo, Ohio. In 1919 he began working with Charley Straight at the Imperial Piano Roll Company in Chicago, performing, arranging, and composing. He was the leader, pianist and arranger of the Benson Orchestra of Chicago from 1920 to 1922 (when he was replaced by Don Bestor), and later worked with the orchestras of Isham Jones and of Paul Whiteman and recorded piano solos for Victor Records.
Roy Bargy died in Vista, California at the age of 79.
- Ditto (1920)
- Omeomy (1920)
- Slipova (1920)
- A Blue Streak (1921)
- Knice and Knifty (with Charley Straight, 1921)
- Rufenreddy (with Charley Straight, 1921)
- Behave Yourself (1922)
- Jim Jams, No. 7 from Piano Syncopations (1922)
- Justin-Tyme (1922)
- Pianoflage (1922)
- Sunshine Capers (1922)
- Sweet And Tender (1923)
- Feeding The Kitty (1924)
- Get Lucky (1924)
- Trouble In Thirds (1925)
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