There is no name more closely associated with Christmas than Der Bingle and deservedly so with It’s Beginning To Look Like Christmas a great standard.
Bing Crosby heads up Here Comes the Waves, a Paramount offering that finds him in fine form with Betty Hutton pulling double duty as twin sisters and Sonny Tufts as the comedic […]
Song of the Day: Bing Crosby – [There’ll Be A] Hot Time In The Town Of Berlin (When The Yanks Go Marching In)
A fun track courtesy of Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters in honour of those veterans from years past.
Still one of the most entertaining Christmas songs of all time.
Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters make magic when they sing together and do so even more during the Christmas season.
A bit of Bing Crosby and a little Christmas equals a perfect recipe for the season.
The final number one hit of 1944 was Don’t Fence Me In courtesy of Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters, a fun track that remains so to this day.
A lot of people would cover I’ll Be Seeing You but nobody would take it to number one nor be as hauntingly beautiful as Bing’s version presented here.
The classic tale of The Headless Horseman brought to life by Walt Disney and Bing Crosby.
With Christmas fast approaching, a little Bing is definitely called for.