Bobby McFerrin (b. 1950) is a jazz musician best known for the song "Don't Worry, Be Happy." He employs a unique musical style, in which he performs all the vocal and instrumental parts on his recordings with his own voice.
On Sesame Street, he performed a scatting game, "Tweetin' High and Low" (First: Episode 2355) and also "Tweet in the Mornin" in Episode 2874. He also sang the alphabet for Hoots the Owl, David and the Kids (First: Episode 2342).
Additionally, an edited version of McFerrin's song "Simple Pleasures", from his 1988 hit album of the same name, appeared in a Sesame Street film segment of a girl playing catch with a dog on the beach. (First: Episode 2876)
- Telly Monster's "Muppetbook" profile for the 40th season of Sesame Street stated that one of his favorite songs is McFerrin's "Don't Worry, Be Happy."