Bobby Darin & Connie Francis


Bobby Darin and Connie Francis were sweethearts as they both began there careers in the
recording industry. Bobby and Connie met in January of 1956.

Connie recorded "My First Real Love," a song written by Bobby and Don Kirshner. Bobby and his group "The Jaybirds" sang the background vocals. In Connie's autobiography, Who's Sorry Now?
(St. Martin's Press)
, Connie devotes two chapters to her relationship with Bobby.


"Bobby Darin was different -- dynamic, versatile, chock full of energy, with a fierce determination
I had never seen before," she writes in the book. "I learned to adore him for all the
reasons I always would -- his respect for the little guy, his sense of fairness,
his intellect, candor, and self confidence, his brashness, toughness and sweet tenderness -- all the
contrasts that made him so fascinating."

Bobby & Connie on This Is Your Life program.

Although, the relationship did not last, Connie writes that she always loved Bobby,
"... until the day he died, and beyond."


Connie & Bobby on The Ed Sullivan Show.


Connie and Bobby on A&E Biography

For more information on Connie Francis and Bobby Darin read:
Who's Sorry Now? by Connie Francis.


For more on Connie Francis visit:
The Connie Francis Fan Club



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