|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Penn State Twist||2||Audio||1994||Get Hip Archive Series|
|2||More Guitar Hits||10||Audio||Trans World Records|
|4||Guitar Boogie Shuffle||13||Audio||Strand Records (2)|
|5||Guitar Boogie Shuffle||12||Audio||1960||Wynne Records|
|6||Guitars Twist||4||Audio||Disques Festival|
Founder member of American rock & roll band [a=Virtues, The] from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They had a hit in 1958 called "Guitar Boogie Shuffle".
Towards the end of 1962, Virtue disbanded the group and pursued a career as a record producer and recording engineer. His studio, Virtue Recording Studios ([l=Virtue Studios], located at 1618 N. Broad St., was one of the top studios in Philadelphia for a number of years until closing in the early 1980s. His original studio, in the basement of his house on Fayette Street, was where "Guitar Boogie Shuffle" was originally recorded.