Roy Head (b 1 September 1941, Three Rivers, Texas) is an American singer, best known for his hit "Treat Her Right". He first formed his group, the Traits, in 1958, and recorded for several local labels, often with producer Huey Meaux. However, he did not have major success until 1965 when "Treat Her Right" reached # 2 on both the US pop and R&B charts. The song, with its pumping horns and punchy rhythm, established the singer as a prime exponent of "blue-eyed soul". Later releases on Dunhill and Elektra contained elements of rockabilly and psychedelia, but by the 1970s he was working as a country singer. In 1975 he had a US C&W hit with "The Most Wanted Woman In Town". He continues to perform.