Bobby Freeman

During the hey day of the dance craze songs, San Francisco performer Bobby Freeman hit the 1958 R&B charts with "Do You Want To Dance” and returned in 1964 with the Sly Stone produced "C’Mon and Swim”. Bobby would join the Double Shot Records roster in 1969 along side label-mates Brenton Wood and Count Five, mounting a comeback with a series of energetic funky soul 45’s before the influential Los Angeles label unexpectedly folded at the dawn of the 70’s. In the late 80’s, radio legend Art Laboe would shed new light on Bobby Freeman and the Double Shot roster with his national syndicated radio show and his legendary Oldies But Goodies/Dedicated To You compilations.