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Steven Lewis' Bing Crosby Internet Museum

The Bing Crosby Internet Museum, organized around a list of 65 FAQ's about Bing Crosby, allows you to test your knowledge of this legendary crooner. Each question links to detailed information about Crosby, his career, and his music. There are many music clips to download, including Crosby's 1932 recording of "Please," which Paul McCartney credited with inspiring the Beatles' "Please Please Me." In addition, there is substantial coverage of Crosby's competition with Frank Sinatra ("the Swooner vs. the Crooner"). Links to other Crosby sites, and to those of his musical colleagues, and an active discussion forum round out this tribute to Bing.
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Alternate Title Harry Lillis Crosby (Bing Crosby) Internet Museum
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Date of Scout Publication 1996-06-21
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/1996/0621

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