After his departure from Starday, Fisher co-founded Columbus Records with drummer Newsome and also set up Newfish publishing (an amalgam of Fisher and Newsome). The new firm's adress was 1701 Clinton in Galena Park, Texas, not far away from Houston. The first known record to be released was by Eddie Eddings and his Columbus Orchestra, featuring "The Same Old Situation" b/w "Just a Friend of Mine." The Columbus Orchestra was actually the Rocking Boys (without Long) with Fisher, Eddings, and Sonny Burns on guitar (Burns also had played rhythm guitar on Fisher's last Starday single), Hub Sutter on sax, Leonard Curry on bass, and Darrell Newsome on drums.
Sax player Hub Sutter had worked with Link Davis earlier on and saw a release under his own name on Columbus. Accompanied by "The Hub Cats" (possibly identical to the Columbus Orchestra), it comprised "I Don't Want My Baby Back" with "Gone Goslin" on the flip. It was rated by Billboard on October 28, 1957, but without any comment. After Sutter's disc Fisher lost interest in the venture and sold his share to Newsome. Sutter's single is believed to be the last disc on the Columbus label.
You can hear and see both singles at Hillbilly-Researcher.
Columbus 102: Eddie Eddings and the Columbus Orchestra - The Same Old Situation / Just a friend of Mine
Columbus 103: Hub Sutter and the Hub Cats - I Don't Want My Baby Back / Gone Goslin (1957)