Bobby Freeman, American singer and songwriter, Died at 76

Robert Thomas “Bobby” Freeman was born on June 13, 1940, and died on January 2017.

He was an African-American soul and R&B singer,writer and record producer.

He’s originally from San Francisco, California.

Bobby was best known for his two Top Ten hits, the first in 1958 on Josie Records called “Do You Want to Dance” and the second in 1964 for Autumn Records, “C’mon and Swim”.

He was born in Alameda County and raised in San Francisco, California.

Bobby attended Mission High School.

Freeman started singing in a doo-wop group, the Romancers, in his early teens, and first recorded with them for Dootone Records in 1956.

Bobby Freeman passed away at 76 years old.