Bobby Darin was an American singer, actor, songwriter, and musician. Born on May 14, 1936 in Harlem, New York, he dropped out of college to pursue his musical ambitions. Known for hits like "Splish Splash," "Dream Lover," and "Mack The Knife," Darin quickly rose to fame in the late 1950s. He also ventured into acting and had his own television show in the early 1970s. Inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1990 as a performer and the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1999, Darin won Grammy Awards for Best New Artist (1959) and Best New Album ("That's All" 1959). Despite his success, he tragically passed away at the age of 37 on December 20, 1973 due to complications from rheumatic fever.
Dick Clark regarded Bobby Darin as one of the greatest entertainers to have lived. His discography is a testament to his talent and versatility. Fans of *Sammy Davis Jr.*, *Vic Damone*, *Perry Como*, *Wayne Newton*, or *Mel Tormé* will appreciate Darin's unique style that blended various genres such as pop, rock 'n' roll, jazz, and swing.
Discover the timeless music of Bobby Darin - a true legend whose contributions continue to inspire artists today.