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Cros·by

(kroz'bē),
William Holmes, Jr., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Crosby capsule.
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"I was invited to become the President of The Bing Crosby Appreciation Society in the north west, a title I am proud to have to this day.
A MAN who played high decibel Bing Crosby has been banned from having his friends round to his Wirr al home after 9pm.
Don't Fence Me In, Swinging on a Star, The Day After Forever - just three of the 57 Bing Crosby classics you'll find on this collection.
| 1903: Bing Crosby was born in Tacoma, Washington, as Harry Lillis Crosby.
Bing Crosby's White Christmas has been a standard ever since he recorded it 75 years ago, during the Second World War.
Bing Crosby Model of distinction: A life-size display of Bing in his family home museum The sun comes up in Spokane, Washington IT'S a classic song that everyone lovingly associates with the festive period.
While songs like Paul McCartney's "Wonderful Christmastime," and "Silver Bells" by Bing Crosby feature as the regular options during the festival, there is so much more to the classic Christmas playlist that you could add at your holiday parties this year.
The singer was the iconic Irish American Bing Crosby. The refrain wrapped up with "That's an Irish lullaby." And the public loved it.
The song White Christmas was heard for the first time in 1942 in the movie Holiday Inn sung by Bing Crosby. It earned composer Irving Berlin an Oscar for best song.