Tomorrow on my Saturday show The 70’s With Steve Goddard, I’ll be featuring artists who never had a #1 hit. [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Bobby Sherman[/lastfm] had 7 top 30 songs, but none that topped the charts. No complaints from him. He’s still one of the nicest guys around and does a lot of charitable work. Bobby talks about how he became involved with the American Cancer Society.
As his musical and acting career began to fade, Bobby Sherman became a celebrity volunteer for the Los Angeles Police, with CPR and other life saving skills. Sherman saved many lives. And later, Sherman became a deputy sheriff with the San Bernardino County Sheriff. Sherman was always a very decent man, and his humanitarian efforts have been given many awards.
Sherman loved Disneyland’s Main Street so much that he built a 1/5 scale model of the famous fictitious avenue at his home.
Today, at age 67, [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Bobby Sherman[/lastfm] continues to do humanitarian and volunteer work. He humbly adds, “I’ve been bestowed a mountain of blessings. I felt a need to start giving back”.