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Robert Cabot "Bobby" Sherman Jr. (born July 22, 1943) is an American singer and actor. He got his start as a house singer on the ABC Variety Show Shindig!, which ran from 1964-1966. In 1968, he landed a starring role on Here Come the Brides as Jeremy Bolt, a role that made him into one of the biggest Teen Idols of the late 1960s and early 1970s. In 1971, he guest starred in the Partridge Family episode "A Knight in Shining Armor" with Wes Stern. The episode served as a Poorly Disguised Pilot for the short-lived sitcom Getting Together, which ran for 14 episodes.
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He released more than 100 songs between 1962 and 1976. His highest charting single was "Little Woman," which peaked at #3 in 1969. He toured extensively, playing sold-out concerts to thousands of screaming fans. The screaming left him with permanent hearing loss.

In 1974, he played a paramedic in the Emergency! episode "Fools," which eventually led to him mostly leaving the public eye to become a paramedic and later a police officer. He continued to act into the 1980s and gave his last musical performance in 2001.


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Discography:

Singles:
  • 1962 - "Judy, You'll Never Know (I'll Never Tell You)"/"The Telegram"
  • 1963 - "I Want to Hear It From Her"/"Nobody's Sweetheart"
  • 1964 - "You Make Me Happy"/"Man Overboard"
  • 1965 - "It Hurts Me"/"Give Me Your Word"
  • 1965 - "Hey Little Girl"/"Well, Allright"
  • 1965 - "Anything Your Little Heart Desires"/"Goody Galum-Shus"
  • 1965 - "Happiness Is"/"Can't Get Used To Losing You"
  • 1967 - "Cold Girl"/"Think Of Rain"
  • 1969 - "Little Woman"/"One Too Many Mornings"
  • 1969 - "La La La (If I Had You)"/"Time"
  • 1970 - "Easy Come, Easy Go"/"Sounds Along the Way"
  • 1970 - "Hey, Mister Sun"/"Two Blind Minds"
  • 1970 - "Julie, Do Ya Love Me"/"Spend Some Time Lovin' Me"
  • 1971 - "Goin' Home (Sing a Song of Christmas Cheer)"/"Love's What You're Getting For Christmas"
  • 1971 - "Cried Like a Baby"/"Is Anybody There"
  • 1971 - "The Drum"/"Free Now To Roam"
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  • 1971 - "Waiting At The Bus Stop"/"Run Away"
  • 1971 - "Jennifer"/"Getting Together"
  • 1972 - "Together Again"/"Picture A Little Girl"
  • 1972 - "I Don't Believe In Magic"/"Just A Little While Longer"
  • 1972 - "Early In the Morning"/"Unborn Lullaby"
  • 1974 - "Mr. Success"/"Runaway"
  • 1975 - "Our Last Song Together"/"Sunshine Rose"
Albums:
  • 1969 - Bobby Sherman
  • 1970 - Here Comes Bobby
  • 1970 - With Love, Bobby
  • 1970 - Christmas Album
  • 1971 - Portrait of Bobby
  • 1972 - Just For You

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