In 1951 Penniman won a contract with RCA after playing at an Atlanta radio audition. His recordings during the next two years were fairly conventional jump blues; the songs "Every Hour" and "Get Rich Quick" failed to make a commercial impression for him. In 1952 he moved to Houston, where he recorded for Don Robey's Peacock label. Initially he recorded with backup groups the Deuces of Rhythm and the Tempo Toppers, though in 1955 he switched to fronting the Johnny Otis Orchestra for four songs. He toured small black nightclubs, performing mostly blues; his rock numbers were not well received.

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