Bobby has also earned a reputation as a classic performer, not only a superb singer, whose voice has gotten better with the years. He has proven himself to be an outstanding drummer, an agile dancer and an extremely fine actor, with an unsurpassed gift for comedy. The constant factor throughout his career has been is love for performing live, which harkens back to his childhood performances of impersonating his favorite TV stars. Within several, he was entertaining crowds of swooning teenagers as one of rock & roll's premier idols. The extraordinary performances that thrilled his audiences beginning in the 50's continue to do so today, as Bobby tours constantly throughout the world with his exciting concert act. In addition to his solo act, in 1985, Bobby got together with two of his friends from his neighborhood in South Philadelphia, Frankie Avalon and Fabian for a show entitled "The Golden Boys." That show is now in its 25th year of touring the world, doing over 700 shows. The Golden Boys have appeared on many major television specials such as the closing ceremonies of the "Miss Liberty Special," (which was seen by an estimated audience of 200 million people), the ABC Inaugural Special,"Command Performance: An All-Star Salute To The President," "The American Music Awards."