Bob Crosby And His Orchestra


Bob Crosby (August 23, 1913 - March 9, 1993) was a popular jazz singer and bandleader and the younger brother of Bing Crosby who became famous beginning in the mid 1930s. His long string of hits includes the chart-topping "In A Little Gypsy Tearoom" (1935), "Whispers In The Dark" (1937), and "Day In, Day Out" (1939). Crosby was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, for TV and radio.

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Down Argentina Way (1940)
  • I've Got My Eyes On You (1940)
  • Leanin' On The Ole Top Rail (1940)
  • With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair (1940)
  • You Forgot About Me (1940)
  • Do You Care? (1941)
  • Five Minutes More (1946)
  • Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow (1946)
  • That's How Much I Love You (1947)
  • The Pussy Cat Song (Nyow! Nyot Nyow!) (1949)

Pop charts debut year: 1935

Years active: 1931-1993

Genres: Jazz, Dixieland, swing, big band

Labels: Decca, ARA, Columbia, Coral, Capitol


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