Artist picture of Bobby Darin

Bobby Darin

87 192 takipçi

Tüm Bobby Darin şarkılarını Deezer'da dinle

Sanatçının En çok dinlenenleri

Dream Lover Bobby Darin & The Rinky-Dinks 02:26
Beyond the Sea Bobby Darin 02:52
One Hour Non-Stop Swing and Big Band Mix Frank Sinatra, Etta James, Louis Prima, Peggy Lee 60:13
Tutti Frutti / Honeycomb / Multiplication / Peppermint Twist / What I Say / Roll over Beethoven / Oh, Lonesome Me / Wake up Little The Coasters, The Everly Brothers, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry 09:22
Beyond the Sea Bobby Darin 02:50
Mack the Knife Bobby Darin 03:04
Work Song Bobby Darin 03:30
Hello, Dolly! Bobby Darin 03:13
All Of You Bobby Darin 01:54
What a Difference a Day Made Bobby Darin 03:37

En popüler prodüksiyon

Yeni çıkan şarkılarıyla Bobby Darin Deezer'da

Don't Call My Name
All the Way Home
Splish Splash
Early in the Morning

Popüler albümler

Bobby Darin ve en popüler albümleri

Benzer sanatçılar

Bobby Darin ile benzer sanatçıları bul

Çalma listeleri

Çalma listeleri ve müziğiyle Bobby Darin

Yer aldığı albümler

Bobby Darin şarkılarını Deezer'da dinle

Her ambiyans için

Biyografi

A classic entertainer in the mould of Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin always had an edgier, more diverse side than your average pop crooner. Raised in a tough area of The Bronx by his mother (his gangster father died before his birth), he was born Walden Robert Cassotto, but chose the stage name Darin by flicking through a telephone directory. Starting out as a songwriter for Decca and Atlantic Records, he had his first big hit with the million-selling Splish Splash in 1958 before scoring a US and UK Number 1 with a classic, Grammy-winning version of Mack The Knife. Darin headlined the big casinos in Las Vegas and starred in the Hollywood movies Come September, Pressure Point and Captain Newman, M.D, but also started to dabble with folk and country music, having hits with the self-penned Things and You're The Reason I'm Living and reaching Number 9 in the UK with Tim Hardin's If I Were A Carpenter. He worked closely with Robert Kennedy on the 1968 presidential campaign and was devastated by his assassination, becoming reclusive and living in a trailer in Big Sur, California. Darin later returned to the industry, putting out folk and protest songs through his label Direction Records and starred in his NBC television show The Bobby Darin Amusement Company before his death in 1971 aged only 37 from a long-held heart condition.