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Birthname: Harry Lillis Crosby
Nationality: American
Born: May 03 1903
Died: Oct 14 1977 (74 years old)


Biography

Who won the first Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award? Bing Crosby. Who introduced more songs on film nominated for the Best Song Oscar (14) than anyone? Bing Crosby. Who was the first multi-media superstar--records, radio, TV and movies? Bing Crosby. Now, to honor the 100th anniversary of his birth, a new compilation of his best Decca recordings celebrates the most beloved singer of the 20th century.

The two-CD Bing Crosby - A Centennial Anthology Of His Decca Recordings (MCA/Decca/UME), released April 8, 2003, presents 50 classic recordings, each digitally ... Read more

Who won the first Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award? Bing Crosby. Who introduced more songs on film nominated for the Best Song Oscar (14) than anyone? Bing Crosby. Who was the first multi-media superstar--records, radio, TV and movies? Bing Crosby. Now, to honor the 100th anniversary of his birth, a new compilation of his best Decca recordings celebrates the most beloved singer of the 20th century.

The two-CD Bing Crosby - A Centennial Anthology Of His Decca Recordings (MCA/Decca/UME), released April 8, 2003, presents 50 classic recordings, each digitally remastered. Spanning his Decca era of 1934-1957, the collection embraces an incomparable musical legacy and encourages a new generation to discover Crosby's musical magic.

Crosby recorded modern romantic ballads, 19th century parlor favorites and Irish songs. He popularized country and western and Hawaiian music, and starred during Hollywood's Golden Age of the musical. He was soloist and duet partner. He could swing with jazz and was "The Voice Of Christmas," his immortal version of Irving Berlin's "White Christmas" the best-selling recording of all time. Bing Crosby - A Centennial Anthology Of His Decca Recordings brings them all together.

Early Hits: "I Surrender, Dear," "Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams," "Star Dust," "I Found A Million Dollar Baby," "Please," "Where The Blue Of The Night (Meets The Gold Of The Day)."

Country And Western/Americana: "I'm An Old Cowhand (From The Rio Grande)," "New San Antonio Rose," "Pistol Packin' Mama" (Andrews Sisters), "Don't Fence Me In" (Andrews Sisters), "You Are My Sunshine," "San Fernando Valley," "Sioux City Sue," "Dear Hearts And Gentle People," "Ol' Man River," "Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy." International: "Sweet Leilani," "Blue Hawaii," "My Isle Of Golden Dreams," "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's An Irish Lullaby)," "McNamara's Band," "Galway Bay," "Red Sails In The Sunset," "Now Is The Hour," "Far Away Places," "Harbor Lights," "Around The World."

1 Duets: "Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie" (Mary Martin), "Road To Morocco" (Bob Hope), "South America, Take It Away" (Andrews Sisters), "A Couple Of Song And Dance Men" (Fred Astaire), "Alexander's Ragtime Band" (Al Jolson), "In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening" (Jane Wyman). Jazz: "You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby," "Yes, Indeed!," "It's Been A Long, Long Time," "I Can't Begin To Tell You," "South Rampart Street Parade" (Andrews Sisters).

2 On Screen: "June In January," "Pennies From Heaven," "I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams," "Moonlight Becomes You," "Sunday, Monday Or Always," "Swinging On A Star," "The Bells Of St. Mary's," "Blue Skies." Holiday: "Jingle Bells" (Andrews Sisters), "I'll Be Home For Christmas," "Silent Night," "White Christmas."

Bing Crosby was born May 3, 1903 and died October 14, 1977.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Who won the first Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award? Bing Crosby. Who introduced more songs on film nominated for the Best Song Oscar (14) than anyone? Bing Crosby. Who was the first multi-media superstar--records, radio, TV and movies? Bing Crosby. Now, to honor the 100th anniversary of his birth, a new compilation of his best Decca recordings celebrates the most beloved singer of the 20th century.

The two-CD Bing Crosby - A Centennial Anthology Of His Decca Recordings (MCA/Decca/UME), released April 8, 2003, presents 50 classic recordings, each digitally remastered. Spanning his Decca era of 1934-1957, the collection embraces an incomparable musical legacy and encourages a new generation to discover Crosby's musical magic.

Crosby recorded modern romantic ballads, 19th century parlor favorites and Irish songs. He popularized country and western and Hawaiian music, and starred during Hollywood's Golden Age of the musical. He was soloist and duet partner. He could swing with jazz and was "The Voice Of Christmas," his immortal version of Irving Berlin's "White Christmas" the best-selling recording of all time. Bing Crosby - A Centennial Anthology Of His Decca Recordings brings them all together.

Early Hits: "I Surrender, Dear," "Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams," "Star Dust," "I Found A Million Dollar Baby," "Please," "Where The Blue Of The Night (Meets The Gold Of The Day)."

Country And Western/Americana: "I'm An Old Cowhand (From The Rio Grande)," "New San Antonio Rose," "Pistol Packin' Mama" (Andrews Sisters), "Don't Fence Me In" (Andrews Sisters), "You Are My Sunshine," "San Fernando Valley," "Sioux City Sue," "Dear Hearts And Gentle People," "Ol' Man River," "Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy." International: "Sweet Leilani," "Blue Hawaii," "My Isle Of Golden Dreams," "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's An Irish Lullaby)," "McNamara's Band," "Galway Bay," "Red Sails In The Sunset," "Now Is The Hour," "Far Away Places," "Harbor Lights," "Around The World."

1 Duets: "Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie" (Mary Martin), "Road To Morocco" (Bob Hope), "South America, Take It Away" (Andrews Sisters), "A Couple Of Song And Dance Men" (Fred Astaire), "Alexander's Ragtime Band" (Al Jolson), "In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening" (Jane Wyman). Jazz: "You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby," "Yes, Indeed!," "It's Been A Long, Long Time," "I Can't Begin To Tell You," "South Rampart Street Parade" (Andrews Sisters).

2 On Screen: "June In January," "Pennies From Heaven," "I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams," "Moonlight Becomes You," "Sunday, Monday Or Always," "Swinging On A Star," "The Bells Of St. Mary's," "Blue Skies." Holiday: "Jingle Bells" (Andrews Sisters), "I'll Be Home For Christmas," "Silent Night," "White Christmas."

Bing Crosby was born May 3, 1903 and died October 14, 1977.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Who won the first Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award? Bing Crosby. Who introduced more songs on film nominated for the Best Song Oscar (14) than anyone? Bing Crosby. Who was the first multi-media superstar--records, radio, TV and movies? Bing Crosby. Now, to honor the 100th anniversary of his birth, a new compilation of his best Decca recordings celebrates the most beloved singer of the 20th century.

The two-CD Bing Crosby - A Centennial Anthology Of His Decca Recordings (MCA/Decca/UME), released April 8, 2003, presents 50 classic recordings, each digitally remastered. Spanning his Decca era of 1934-1957, the collection embraces an incomparable musical legacy and encourages a new generation to discover Crosby's musical magic.

Crosby recorded modern romantic ballads, 19th century parlor favorites and Irish songs. He popularized country and western and Hawaiian music, and starred during Hollywood's Golden Age of the musical. He was soloist and duet partner. He could swing with jazz and was "The Voice Of Christmas," his immortal version of Irving Berlin's "White Christmas" the best-selling recording of all time. Bing Crosby - A Centennial Anthology Of His Decca Recordings brings them all together.

Early Hits: "I Surrender, Dear," "Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams," "Star Dust," "I Found A Million Dollar Baby," "Please," "Where The Blue Of The Night (Meets The Gold Of The Day)."

Country And Western/Americana: "I'm An Old Cowhand (From The Rio Grande)," "New San Antonio Rose," "Pistol Packin' Mama" (Andrews Sisters), "Don't Fence Me In" (Andrews Sisters), "You Are My Sunshine," "San Fernando Valley," "Sioux City Sue," "Dear Hearts And Gentle People," "Ol' Man River," "Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy." International: "Sweet Leilani," "Blue Hawaii," "My Isle Of Golden Dreams," "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's An Irish Lullaby)," "McNamara's Band," "Galway Bay," "Red Sails In The Sunset," "Now Is The Hour," "Far Away Places," "Harbor Lights," "Around The World."

1 Duets: "Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie" (Mary Martin), "Road To Morocco" (Bob Hope), "South America, Take It Away" (Andrews Sisters), "A Couple Of Song And Dance Men" (Fred Astaire), "Alexander's Ragtime Band" (Al Jolson), "In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening" (Jane Wyman). Jazz: "You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby," "Yes, Indeed!," "It's Been A Long, Long Time," "I Can't Begin To Tell You," "South Rampart Street Parade" (Andrews Sisters).

2 On Screen: "June In January," "Pennies From Heaven," "I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams," "Moonlight Becomes You," "Sunday, Monday Or Always," "Swinging On A Star," "The Bells Of St. Mary's," "Blue Skies." Holiday: "Jingle Bells" (Andrews Sisters), "I'll Be Home For Christmas," "Silent Night," "White Christmas."

Bing Crosby was born May 3, 1903 and died October 14, 1977.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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