Bing Crosby was a highly acclaimed US singer and actor, born on May 3, 1903 in Tacoma, Washington. His career spanned from 1926 until his passing on October 14, 1977 in Madrid, Spain.
Crosby is renowned for his iconic Christmas music, particularly the songs "White Christmas" and "Silent Night," which are recognized as the first and third best-selling singles of all time. With an unparalleled number of chart-topping hits, top ten records, and chart entries, he holds the title as the most successful music artist in history.
In addition to his musical achievements, Crosby showcased his talent in over 70 films and received numerous accolades. He earned an Academy Award for his acting skills and sang four Academy Award-winning songs throughout his illustrious career. Having sold nearly one billion records worldwide across various formats including tapes, CDs, and digital downloads,