Rydell High School Inspiration, 'Voltare' Singer and Bye Birdie Star Bobby Rydell Dies at 79

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singing sensation with a darling following and profession that endured over sixty years, passed on April 5, 2022.

the reason for death was from inconveniences from pneumonia. He was 79.

Known for hit melodies including "Volare," "Wildwood Days," "The Cha-Cha-Cha," "Swinging School" and "Wild One,"

Rydell had 34 top 40 hits and sold in excess of 25 million records.

As a youngster, Rydell played with some neighborhood Philadelphia groups and handled a recording contract

At 18, in the wake of making progress with the melody "Kissin Time," he visited with The Everly Brothers and The Crickets.

Ever capable, Rydell additionally flourished as an entertainer.

In 1963, he featured in the film adaptation of Bye Birdie with Ann-Margaret and Dick Van Dyke.

In his book he shared his victories and furthermore his battles with liquor abuse

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