Bobby Helms– How Did the Rock Singer Die?
Bobby Helms died at age 63, respectable. Check out the death cause, death date, and more facts about the circumstances surrounding rock singer Bobby Helms' death.
Biography - A Short Wiki
Rockabilly singer who recorded “Fraulein” and “My Special Angel,” along with the Christmas classic, “Jingle Bell Rock,” which sold well for five Christmases straight after release.
A gifted child, he was already performing for two radio shows, one before and one after school, daily, at age nine.
His recording of “Fraulein” went to #1 on the country charts, and up to #36 in the US pop charts.
How did Bobby Helms die?
Bobby Helms' death was caused by asthma.
Helms spent most of his later years living just outside Martinsville, Indiana, until his death from emphysema and asthma at the age of 63 in 1997.
|Cause of death||Asthma|
|Age of death||63 years|
|Birthday||August 15, 1933|
|Death date||June 19, 1997|
|Place of death||Martinsville, Indiana, United States|
|Place of burial||N/A|