Late crooner Bobby Darin was honoured with a dedication on the Las Vegas Walk of Stars yesterday (14May07), to celebrate what would have been his 71st birthday.
Darin, famed for hits like Dream Lover and MACk the Knife, died in December 1973 from complications after heart surgery. He was just 37-years-old.
At the unveiling ceremony on Monday, veteran singer Wayne Newton said, "Bobby never left us. Bobby will never be gone."
Darin joins a host of other celebrities on the Walk of Stars, including Siegfried + Roy, Sammy Davis Jr., Liberace and Newton, who was awarded the very first star.
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