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Well versed in several instruments, Darin started out as playing in a band in high school. At 16, he and his band mates landed a job at a Catskills resort for the summer.Darin showed a knack not just for music but comedy as well.He became a popular crooner, not unlike his hero Frank Sinatra.Yet Darin drew inspiration from a broader musical background and was a more restless and ambitious performer.Darin's heart problems finally caught up with him.On December 20, 1973, he died of heart failure in Hollywood, California. He was survived by his second wife Andrea Joy Yeager, whom he had married the previous year, and his son Dodd.
He quickly became one of the teen idols of the era with such songs as "Queen of the Hop." Darin, however, proved himself to be more than another Dion or Frankie Avalon.After high school, he briefly attended Hunter College.Darin launched his professional music career writing songs for the Aldon Music label and eventually landed his own record contract with Atco.Polly, a former vaudeville performer, encouraged young Bobby to become a star like Frank Sinatra.