Here are some significant events in the life and
career of Bobby Darin for the month of November:
- November 1, 1958: Bobby is a guest on the Dick Clark Beechnut
He sings "Queen of the Hop."
- November 29, 1958: Darin guest stars on the Dick Clark Beechnut Show.
- November 11, 1959: Bobby performs on the "Louis Jourdan Timex Special." Jerry Lewis
is also a guest on this television special.
- November 17, 1959: Darin guest stars on a George Burns' TV special, The Big Time.
- November 29, 1959: Bobby wins two Grammy awards. "Mack the Knife" is
"Record of the Year." Darin is named "Best New Artist."
- November 30, 1959: Darin is quoted in a UPI story as hoping to "surpass
in everything he's done."
- November 22, 1962: Bobby was a guest on Here's Hollywood.
- November 29, 1962: Darin guest stars on a Bob Hope television special.
- November 28, 1964: Darin guest stars on The Andy Williams Show.
(Thanks, Shiying, for sharing this photo.)
- November 3, 1965: Darin appears on the television series The Danny Kaye Show.
- November 14, 1966: Darin appears on the television series the Roger Miller Show.
- November 26, 1968: Bobby appears on the ATN-7 special Bobby Darin at the Silver Spade.
- November 12, 1969: Bobby appears on the syndicated television series, Della.
- November 20, 1970: Bobby joins Ella Fitzgerald & Charlie Pride on the Flip Wilson
He performs "Higher & Higher."
- November 28, 1971: Bobby is a guest star on the television show, Cade's
The name of the episode is "A Gun for Billy."
- November 10, 1972: Darin guest stars on the Sonny & Cher Comedy
He sings "Sail Away."
- November 13, 1972: Bobby guest stars on the very popular CBC-produced television
series The Irish Rovers Show. When asked who left the biggest impression
of all the
guests appearing on the show, with out hesitation, band member George
answered, "Bobby Darin."
(Thanks, Susan Schooley,
for sharing this information.)
- November 1972: NBC announces that Darin's TV show will return again in January.