1. If you know him at all, it's for "Jingle Bell Rock," but Bobby Helms was also a great country pop vocalist. These tracks were all cut for Darlin' Records from '70 and show that Helms was a distinctively warm singer who had great session players behind him.
  2. Bobby Helms, Soundtrack: Logan. Bobby Helms was born on August 15, in Bloomington, Indiana, USA as Robert Lee Helms. He was married to Rita Jane Bridges. He died on June 19, in Martinsville, Indiana.
  3. GOSPEL SONGS RECORDED BY BOBBY HELMS Old Rugged Cross Deep Settled Peace Just a Closer Walk With Thee When I Get To Glory In the Garden Soldier’s Prayer Find Us CMG Worldwide N. Pennsylvania St. Suite Indianapolis, IN USA
  4. May 28,  · Rare Bobby Helms KAPP recording from I have looked for this record for years - found it on Ebay. Hope you enjoy! (Complete with scratches!).
  5. Bobby Helms's career as a top-flight country star was in every sense meteoric. In he was named Country Singer of the Year (Male) by Cashbox magazine; by the end of the decade he was.
  6. HELMS, BOBBY Vinyl Records and CDs While not exactly a one-hit wonder, Bobby Helms is best known for his perennial holiday tune "Jingle Bell Rock." He was a country performer who crossed over to early rock 'n' roll before easing back into the Nashville Sound for the rest of his career.
  7. Life and career. Helms was born in Helmsburg, Indiana, the son of Hildreth Esther (Abram) and Fred Robert Helms. His family was musical. Helms began performing as a duo with his brother, Freddie, before going on to a successful solo career in country music. In , Helms made his way to Nashville, Tennessee, where he signed a recording contract with Decca Records. The following year was.
  8. Bobby Helms Songs Videos Pictures Artist Radio Robert Lee Helms (August 15, –June 19, ), better known as Bobby Helms, was an American country music singer who enjoyed his peak success in with his hit, "Jingle Bell Rock".
  9. About Bobby Helms Helms, born to a musical family in Bloomington, Ind. in , began his career as part of a country duo, singing with his brother Freddy who accompanied him on the guitar. “The Helms Brothers” became a regional attraction and were asked to .

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