Bobby Freeman

Jun 13, 1940 – Jan 23, 2017 (Age 76)


June 13, 1940
January 23, 2017


Bobby Freeman, a rhythm and blues singer-songwriter known best for his hit song "Do You Want To Dance," died Monday, Jan. 23, 2017, according to The New York Times. For full obituary and coverage from, click here.

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I would like to offer my sincerest condolences to the family and friends of mr Bobby Freeman his music was enjoy world wide he was fascinatic may the God of tender mercies grant him peace

In loving memory of a wonderful person.

I just found out about Bobby's passing. He was firends with my cousin Bobby Furtado. I met him twice. Very nice guy. Rest in peace Bobby.

My condolences to the Freeman family during this difficult time. May the God of all comfort provide you with peace of mind as you await the time when all of our love ones asleep in death will see life again under peaceful perfect conditions. Isiaah 55;11" -

We are sorry for your family loss. May the peace of God guard your hearts. With caring thoughts.

His song was featured in the American Graffiti in the drag racing scene. He will be missed. RIP.

Bobby freeman,
Gone but never for gotten
The 1st san francisco rock star
Many more were to follow him
Out of san francisco. Betty lou got a
New pair shoes, Was featured in movie
Eddie and cruisers.
Pj martinez

The wide appeal, even today of the popular Do You Want To Dance is a testament to this singers great voice. I have never forgotten the words to this song. It will live forever in music.