Here are some significant events in the life and
career of Bobby Darin for the month of September:
- September 1958: Darin's composition, "This Little Girl's Gone Rockin," written
Mann Curtis, becomes a Pop / R&B hit for Ruth Brown.
- September 5, 1959: Bobby appeared with Vic Damone and Anna Maria Alberghetti for
the program "A LOVELY WAY TO SPEND AN EVENING - The Music of
Arranged and conducted by Buddy
- September 6, 1959: Bobby is a guest on the Ed Sullivan Show.
- September 25, 1959: Bobby is a guest on Jimmy Durante's TV special. He
"Mack the Knife" and two duets with Durante.
- September 23, 1960: Bobby stars in the episode "The High Cost of Fame" on
television series, Dan Raven.
- September 19, 1962: Pressure Point starring Darin and Sidney Poitier opens.
- September 13, 1965: Bobby appears with Robert Goulet and Woody Allen on
Andy Williams Show.
- September 21, 1965: Bobby appears with Jackie and Gayle on the Red Skelton Show.
- September 28, 1969: Bobby appears on the Barbara McNair Show and
"Hey Jude." Other guests
include Carol Burnett & James Darren.
- September 6, 1970: "Bob" Darin and a host of other celebrities appear on
Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon.
- September 19, 1970: Bobby sings "Mack the Knife" on the Andy Williams
This appearance can be seen on the
PBS special, "Beyond the Song."
- September 24, 1970: Bobby is a guest on the Flip Wilson Show. Roy Clark &
Nichols join the fun.
- September 1, 1971: Opening at Harrah's in Reno, Darin performs for the first
since open heart surgery.
- September 19, 1971: BD appears on a Jackson 5 television special, "Goin'
- September 7, 1972: Bobby welcomes the Smothers Brothers and Joanie
to the Bobby Darin Amusement Company.