The bands and entertainers of the '50s and '60s were unified by their location, camaraderie, and shared musical influences. They would all go on to develop their own styles and many would shift away from their original sound, but most remain true to the music that fans feel in love with from the beginning.

This links listed below are just a few of the many great entertainers who Bobby Vee had the honor of sharing the stage with, supporting each other's careers and forming bonds that remain strong today. The music was the foundation of their friendship, but their desire to keep the sound alive for the generations of today remain their primary focus.

ARTIST Record Title
The Angels My Boyfriend's Back
Paul Anka Lonely Boy
The Bachelors Diane
Chuck Berry Sweet Little Sixteen
Gary U.S. Bonds Quarter To Three
Pat Boone Love Letters In The Sand
The Box Tops The Letter
The Buckinghams Kind Of A Drag
Kim Carnes Bette Davis Eyes
Vikki Carr It Must Be Him
Mel Carter Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me
Gene Chandler Duke Of Earl
Ray Charles I Can't Stop Loving You
Chubby Checker The Twist
Lou Christie Lightin' Strikes
Jimmy Clanton Just A Dream
Petula Clark Downtown
Ron Dante (The Archies) Sugar, Sugar
Jackie DeShannon Put A Little Love In Your Heart
Dick And Dee Dee The Mountain's High
Dion Runaround Sue
Micky Dolenz (Monkees) I'm A Believer
Ronnie Dove One Kiss For Old Times' Sake
Bob Dylan Like A Rolling Stone
Paul Evans Seven Little Girls Sitting In The Back Seat
The Everly Brothers All I Have To Do Is Dream
Fabian Tiger
Adam Faith It's Alright
The Fleetwoods Come Softly To Me
Frankie Ford Sea Cruise
Connie Francis My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own
Billy Fury Jealousy/Open Your Arms
Jimmy Gilmer and The Fireballs

Sugar Shack

Bobby Goldsboro Honey
Brian Hyland Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini
Tommy James Hanky Panky
Jan and Dean Surf City
Davy Jones (The Monkees) I'm A Believer
Andy Kim Rock Me Gently
Carole King It's Too Late
The Kingsmen Louie Louie
Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme Go Away Little Girl / Blame It On The Bossa Nova
Brenda Lee I'm Sorry
Gary Lewis and The Playboys This Diamond Ring
The Lovin' Spoonful Summer In The City
Little Peggy March I Will Follow Him
Peter Noone (Herman's Hermits) Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter
Peter, Paul & Mary Leaving On A Jet Plane
Gary Puckett Woman, Woman
Diane Renay Navy Blue
Paul Revere and
The Raiders
Indian Reservation
Righteous Brothers (Your My) Soul And Inspiration
Johnny Rivers Poor Side Of Town
Tommy Roe Dizzy
Bobby Rydell Wild One
Mitch Ryder Devil With A Blue Dress On & Good Golly Miss Molly
The Searchers Needles And Pins
Neil Sedaka Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
Del Shannon Runaway
Bobby Sherman Little Woman
Nancy Sinatra These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
Dave Somerville of The Diamonds Little Darlin'
Dodie Stevens Pink Shoe Laces
B. J. Thomas Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head
Three Dog Night Joy To The World
Johnny Thunder Loop De Loop
Johnny Tillotson Poetry In Motion
The Turtles Happy Together
The Ventures Walk-Don't Run
The Vogues Five O'Clock World
Lenny Welch Since I Fell For You
Mary Wilson (The Supremes) Baby Love
Kathy Young A Thousand Stars


Here are links to some of the many great radio station around the world that play Bobby Vee's music. His fifty plus year recording career has produced over twenty-five albums including a Gold Album from England for his 1981 "Singles Album" release. Back in the U.S., Billboard Magazine called him, "One of the top ten most consistent chart makers ever." We wish to sincerely thank the music lovers that have kept this great music alive. On line on the internet, sattelite, AM or FM radio, the music is alive and well and with his millions of fans, the music from the 50s and 60s will live on! Please keep rockin'.




KEYN - 103.7 FM - Wichita, KS
KIOA - 93.3 FM - Des Moins, IA
KJMO - 100.1 FM - Jefferson City, MO
KLDJ - 101.7 FM - Duluth, MN
KLUV - 98.7 FM - Dallas, TX
KODJ - 94.1 FM - Salt Lake City, UT
KRAQ - 105.7 FM - Jackson, MN
KVLC - 101.1 FM - Las Cruces, NM
WAKY - 103.5 FM - Elizabethtown, KY
WBZO - 103.1 FM - Long Island, NY
WCBS - 101.1 FM - New York, NY
WELW - 1330 AM - WIlloughby, OH
WGRR - 103.5 FM - Cincinnati, OH
WHTT - 104.1 FM - Buffalo, NY
WJMK - 104.3 FM - Chicago, IL
WKXW - 101.5 FM - Trenton, NJ
WLNG - 92.1 FM - Sag Harbor, NY
WMXX - 103.1 FM - Jackson, TN
WNKO - 101.7 FM - Newark, OH
WODS - 103.3 FM - Boston, MA
WOGL - 98.1 FM - Philadelphia, PA
WOLX - 94.9 FM - Baraboo, WI
WOMC - 104.3 FM - Ferndale, MI
WQSR - 105.7 FM - Catonsville, MD
WRLL - 1690 AM - Chicago, IL
WRON - 97.7 FM - Ronceverte, WV
WSRZ - 108 FM - Sarasota, Florida
WWBF - 1130 AM - Bartow, FL
WWSW - 94.5 FM - Pittsburgh, PA

Here are some of the many DJs around the world that play Bobby Vee's music. We wish to thank them.

Mike Harvey Show Everywhere
Bob Shannon WCBS - 101.1 FM - New York, NY


Robby Vee Official Web Site

Rockhouse Productions
Recording Studio & Show Production

Sassafrass Design
Jen Vee Design

Minnesota Public Radio
Bobby Vee: Fame is Linked to Holly Tragedy

by Leif Enger February 5, 1999
40th anniversary of the Buddy Holly crash.

Myron Lee and The Caddiesoriginal Midwest Rockabilly artists going back to 1958.

Eddie Rambeau
Singer "Concrete and Clay"/
Composer Diane Renay's "Navy Blue"

Exit 113
50’s and 60’s Rock 'n' Roll
from Van Meter, Iowa

Human Nature
A great A Cappella group from Australia

Mersey Beat
Online supplement of the ground-breaking entertainment
newspaper that gave The Liverpool Sound its name.