Bobby's only #1 single was "Take Good Care Of My Baby", but there were several other Top Ten hits, including "Devil Or Angel", "Rubber Ball", "The Night Has A Thousand Eyes", and "Come Back When You Grow Up". And, in total, he charted with more than 40 singles.
"Merry Christmas From Bobby Vee" was released in 1962 and, in the decades since, has had the track list shuffled and released as a "new" album a whole bunch of times. Bobby also had a Christmas single which has been included on some (but not all) of the re-issues of the '62 album.
In 2011, Bobby was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame. In 2012, Bobby announced that he'd been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. That forced him off the road. He disappeared into his garage and recorded an album of cover songs, mostly--from "I'm Going To Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter" to "Save The Last Dance For Me" to Bob Dylan's "The Man In Me". "The Adobe Sessions" was released in 2014. Bobby's wife of 52 years, Karen, passed away last year and now Bobby has joined her. He was 73.