Bob Hope | Guest star on The Bing Crosby Show, 1949
Comedy x Funny Ha Ha
This week we welcome a new addition to the podcast, Bob Hope. This episode he was a guest on The Bing Crosby Show. This episode aired November 2, 1949.: : : : :My other podcast channels include: DRAMA X THEATER -- SCI FI x HORROR -- MYSTERY X SUSPENSE -- VARIETY X ARMED FORCES -- THE COMPLETE ORSON WELLESEnjoy my podcast? You can subscribe to receive new post notices. Also, if you have a moment, please give a 4-5 star rating and/or write a 1-2 sentence positive review on your preferred service -- that would help me a lot.Thank you for your support.https://otr.duane.media | Instagram @duane.otr
BW - EP127—010: May 1954—Bing Crosby On Anthology's Memorial Day Show
At 3PM on Sunday, May 30th, 1954, Anthology signed on NBC. Directed by John Malcom Brennen, produced by Steve White, and announced by Harry Fleetwood, Anthology offered dramatic readings of famous and lesser-known plays. Memorial Day weekend’s episode featured Agnes Moorehead reading “Barbara Fritchie,” and Frank Lovejoy and Bing Crosby performing “The Man Without a Country.”Anthology would air into June of 1955 when it was canceled in favor of the debuting Monitor. For more information on that, tune into Breaking Walls episode 116.
The Bing Crosby Show: Guest Frank Sinatra—03/28/1954
The 1954 Academy Awards were held on March 25th. That same day, RCA announced the first color television set. It was a twelve-inch screen, priced at one-thousand dollars, or roughly ten grand today.On the Sundays bookending those awards, Frank Sinatra was a guest on Bing Crosby’s General Electric radio program. Frank would win a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for Maggio in From Here to Eternity. On this latter program from March 28th, Frank talks and jokes about his experience. The two are in rare form, especially with a trio of songs.
Bing, Oh Where Can You Be . . early recordings of Bing Crosby with various bands and his first solo sessions (1927-33)
Bing, Oh Where Can You Be . . early recordings of Bing Crosby with the Rhythm Boys, Paul Whiteman, Gus Arnheim, the Dorsey Brothers . . also his first solo records with Red Nichols, Matty Malneck, Eddie Lang, Snoozer Quinn, Frank Trumbauer, Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey, etc.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-clark49/support
Sticky Jazz Interview Phil Crosby Jr / Bing Crosby's grandson
Raised in Hollywood of the Americana Tinseltown royalty, Phil Crosby Jr had no interest in playing the music of his roots and family legacy. He accidentally stumbled into actually listening to his father, and grandfather's music, and the love of the crooner jazz vocals became part of him. He is the grandson of Bing Crosby, and son of Phil Crosby, he was raised around the musical royalty of Hollywood and has only recently taken to performing the kind of music that his family helped develop. I spoke to him about his music, why he waited to start making this kind of music again, and his future release. His voice stands on its own, but he has the skills to make you want to go dance to a big band, for nostalgia you don't remember. website Youtube concert #philcrosby #crooner #jazzvocalists #stickyjazz Please consider supporting us on Patreon
https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12021/LOL126.mp3 This week on A Legacy Of Laughs, we join Bing Crosby on The Jimmy Durante Show. This episode originally aired November 5, 1947. Download LOL126
Bing Crosby – Kraft Music Hall (NBC) Phil Silvers. 431216
Retro Radio Podcast
Playlist: Bing gets started with, Pistol Packing Mama. Ukie joins Bing to get picked on, and flirt with Joan Davis . They look for missing Christmas presents as the songs continue. Bing is joined by Trudy Wood to sing, O What a Beautiful Morning. Bing and Trudy review the year 1920, with: I Used to Love You All Over. Phil Silvers, comedian, and star of Six Jerks in a Jeep, jokes around with Bing and the gang. Phil reads mail to prove his popularity, and offers tips for others to be as well loved. The Charioteers sing, Shoo Shoo Baby. Bing sings, White Christmas.
A radio portrayal of Bing's hit film about a nightclub with a holiday theme. Bing, Jim Hardy, wants to marry Lila and settle down on the farm. She doesn't want to leave show biz, so he starts a night club that only opens for holidays. Bing gets started with his hit, and Dinah Shore joins him to sing, White Christmas. Next, the pair sing, Holiday Inn. With the help of the narrator to move the sstory along, Bing's ex-partner stumbles in to tell how Lila left him. Will he be trying to steal Dinah away next?. Transitioning into a blackface, minstrel show style, Bing and
Philco Radio Time - Bing Crosby - Dec 25, 1946 - Christmas Show - Music
Track has an introduction that gives background on this special Christmas night show from 1946. The program is packed with traditional Christmas songs sung by Bing. This was also one of the first shows pre-recorded using a new technology originally developed by the Germans... audio tape, and as such the audio quality is much better than the transcribed discs. It is a very good holiday show. Will live in our "Christmas" Playlist.