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Bobby Hebb

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Robert Von Hebb (July 26, 1938), better known as Bobby Hebb, was an American R&B and soul performer who jumped to fame in 1963 with his hit single “Sunny.” Born in Nashville, Tennessee, he began performing with his brother Harold as a song-and-dance team during his childhood, and then went on to play with acts such as Roy Acuff, Johnny Bragg and the Marigolds, and replaced Mickey Baker from the duo Mickey & Sylvia before launching his own solo career. After the murder of his brother in 1963, Bobby Hebb took to songwriting and released his breakout single “Sunny,” issued in 1966. The track was met with commercial acclaim, peaking at Number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, Number 3 on the R&B charts, and even reaching Number 12 in the United Kingdom. Ten years later, Bobby Hebb revamped the song into a disco version titled “Sunny '76,” which went to Number 94 on the US R&B charts. In 2005, 35 years after his last official album Love Games, he returned with That’s All I Want, released in Europe via the indie label Tuition. The full-length included a duet version of “Sunny” with Astrid North and was his last release before passing away from lung cancer on August 3, 2010.