Bing At Christmas
(Decca/UMe) is a new holiday album that sets Bing Crosby’s original vocals to newly recorded orchestral arrangements, performed by the UK’s most prestigious orchestra, The London Symphony Orchestra. The album breathes new life into many of the best Christmas songs in existence, including Bing’s biggest hit and the world’s best-selling single, his 1942 recording of “White Christmas.” With worldwide sales exceeding 50 million copies and more than 1.8 billion streams to date, Bing’s “White Christmas” is the epitome of Christmas in song. Bing at Christmas
also features a version of “White Christmas” pairing Bing’s vocals with the voices of acclaimed a cappella group Pentatonix, as well as exquisite arrangements of “Winter Wonderland,” “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas,” “The Christmas Song,” Bing’s duet with David Bowie for “Peace On Earth / Little Drummer Boy,” recorded in September 1977, just one month before Bing’s death, and more.