The sons of former teen idol Bobby Vee are working to digitally archive his musical legacy before it's lost. The archiving project includes hundreds of hours of Vee's analog recordings, including cassettes, reels and acetate disks. The conversion to digital began a few weeks ago at the family's recording studio in St. Joseph.
Former 1960s pop idol Bobby Vee is not letting Alzheimer's disease silence him. Vee stopped performing in 2011 because of the degenerative brain disease. But the 70-year-old known for his hits "Take Good Care of My Baby" and "Rubber Ball" is planning a new CD.