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Bobby Hebb (July 26, 1938 – August 3, 2010) was an African American singer and songwriter, best known for his writing and recording of Sunny.

Hebb made his stage debut on his third birthday, July 26, 1941, when tap dancer Hal Hebb introduced his little brother to show business at The Bijou Theater. This was an appearance on The Jerry Jackson Revue of 1942 even though it was 1941, "that was how Jerry, a big man in vaudeville in the '30s… read more

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  • Love that!!!! How great to know that Bobby Hebb started out with my grandfather Jerri Jackson.:-)
  • чувак себ обессмертил. кстати, кто ищет годных каверов на sunny - особо хороши марвин гей и ДК.
  • None of Sunny covers was so nice as his original Sunny, except for Shinatro Katsu's.
  • Great!
  • Many fond memories of his famous song "Sunny" by those growing up in the 'baby boomer' generation of the 60s & 70s. For those interested in more details, biography & to leave a virtual memorial, visit <click on Famous Grave Search. Thanks for the music especially now during the digital revolution of the internet. Rest In PEACE. God bless~!
  • Just got into listening to Bobby Hebb. Found out today that he died just a week ago. RIP Bobby Hebb. Your music stands on its own and will live one.
  • R.I.P. Bobby Hebb
  • "Bobby One So True, We'll always love you."
  • RIP

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