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Bobby Sheen


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Bobby Sheen (May 17, 1941 – November 23, 2000) was an American rhythm and blues singer.

Born Robert Joseph Sheen in St. Louis, Missouri, Sheen is best known for singing with Bob B. Soxx & the Blue Jeans who had their biggest hit “Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah” in 1962 (which was produced by Phil Spector). Sheen has also recorded with other groups including The Robins, The Lovables, The Ding Dongs, and The Alley Cats. He would later join Bobby Nunn’s group of The Coasters and recorded an album with the group called Coasting in 1979, which was released on Sheen’s own record label, Salsa Picante Records. When Bobby Nunn died in 1986, Nunn’s group of The Coasters still toured with Sheen and Billy Richards, Jr. as members.
He died from pneumonia in Los Angeles, California, at the age of 59.

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* “How Many Nights” / “How Can We Ever Be Together” (Liberty #55459) (1962)
* “My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You” / “I Want You For My Sweetheart” (Dimension #1043) (1965)
* “Come On And Love Me” / “Love Stealing” (Chelsea #3034)
* “Dr. Love” / “Sweet Sweet Love” (Capitol #5672) (1966)
* “I Shook The World” / “Cloud Nine” (Capitol #5827) (1967)
* “The Way Of Love” / “Shelter Of Your Arms” (Capitol #5984) (1967)
* “I Don’t Have To Dream” / “She Taught Me What Love Really Is” (Capitol #2507) (1969)
* “Something New To Do” / “I May Not Be What You Want” (Warner Brothers #7662) (1972)
* “If I Ever Dreamed I Hurt You” / “It Ain’t Easy Being Your Fool” (Warner Brothers #7701) (1973)


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