Bobby Day

ABOUT

Bobby Day (July 1, 1928 - July 27, 1990) was an R&B/pop singer, multi-instrumentalist, producer, songwriter, and co-founder of The Hollywood Flames who became famous as a solo artist during the late 1950s. He is best known for the oldies classic, "Rock-In Robin" (1958). His many songwriting credits for other artists include "Little Bitty Pretty One" (1957, Thurston Harris) and "Over And Over" (1965, The Dave Clark Five).


Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Little Bitty Pretty One (1957)
  • Over And Over (1958)
  • Rockin' Robin (1958)
  • The Bluebird, The Buzzard And The Oriole (1958)
  • Gotta New Girl (1959)
  • That's All I Want (1959)

Pop charts debut year: 1957

Years active: 1950-1990

Genres: Rock & roll, R&B, soul, pop

Labels: Class

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