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Bob Crosby

George Robert Crosby was an American jazz singer and bandleader, best known for his group the Bob-Cats, which formed around 1935. The Bob-Cats was a New Orleans Dixieland-style jazz octet. He was the younger brother of famed singer and actor Bing Crosby. On TV, Bob Crosby guest-starred in The Gisele MacKenzie Show and was also seen on The Jack Benny Program. Crosby hosted his own afternoon TV variety show on CBS, The Bob Crosby Show (1953–1957). Crosby received two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, for television and radio.

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Album Discography

Recordings: As Leader | As Sideperson

At The Jazz Band Ball

Atlantic Records
2000

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The Best Of Bob Crosby

New World Records
1995

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The Summer Of '39

New World Records
1985

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Bob Crosby

Atlantic Records
1984

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20 Golden Pieces Of...

New World Records
1981

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Bob Crosby's Great...

Atlantic Records
1979

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