Bing Crosby - Songs


Bing Crosby (May 3, 1903 - October 14, 1977) was a celebrated jazz/traditional pop/easy listening singer, actor, TV producer, and businessman with a trademark mellow crooner baritone and one of the 20th century's most popular and influential artists worldwide. With over 350 hits from 1931-1965, his numerous chart-toppers include such classics as "Only Forever" (1940), "Sunday, Monday Or Always" (1943), "Swinging On A Star" (1944), and "Don't Fence Me In" (1944, with The Andrew Sisters).

Bing Crosby is best known for the perennial "White Christmas," which remains the best-selling single of all time. First introduced on a Christmas Day radio broadcast in 1941, this holiday favorite was featured in the soundtracks to the movie musicals, "Holiday Inn" (1942) and "White Christmas" (1954), both co-starring Crosby. Over his long and multi-faceted career, he appeared and performed in over 70 other films and won an Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in "Going My Way" (1944).



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Bing Crosby performs "White Christmas" on The Ed Sullivan Show (May 5, 1968).

Available on the following DVDs: The Ed Sullivan Show: A Classic Christmas; Holiday Greetings from The Ed Sullivan Show; (more)


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Bing Crosby

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