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‘Oh Come All Ye Faithful/Hark! The Herald Angels Sing’ Bing Crosby Christmas Performance

‘Oh Come All Ye Faithful/Hark! The Herald Angels Sing’ Bing Crosby Christmas Performance

The legendary actor and singer Bing Crosby turned in a dazzling and memorable performance as he sang a classic and beloved Christmas tune.

One of the most passionate debates in recent memory involves Christmas music and when it’s appropriate to start playing those tracks. Some people believe it’s best to wait until the Thanksgiving holiday has passed (obviously, the correct answer). However, others believe that immediately after Oct. 31 is more than acceptable, which is crazy, right? 

Regardless of when those Christmas tunes begin spinning, there are some performers who will be heard during the holiday season. One of those widely heard voices during Christmastime belongs to Mr. Bing Crosby. 

Many versions of Bing singing Christmas tunes are heard annually, including his singing of “Oh Come All Ye Faithful.” In a clip posted on YouTube, Bing belts out the lyrics about the multitude eagerly coming to worship the newborn King.

“O come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant
O come ye, o come ye to Bethlehem
O come and behold Him, born the King of angels”

Bing Crosby had to have been a massively talented individual. In the clip posted on YouTube, as he sings the song, he does so with what appears to be very little effort. Yet, he still sounds incredible, turning out the version of “Oh Come All Ye Faithful” that is likely most familiar to a majority of the population. 

After his outstanding rendition of “Oh Come All Ye Faithful,” Bing is joined on stage by several other individuals. They begin singing “Hark the Herald Angels Sing.” It’s unclear, given the camerawork, if Bing actually joined in on that song. 

Bing Crosby, his music and his voice, over the years, have become closely associated with the Christmas season. In the short, 1-minute, 40-second clip, Bing shows why that is the case. 

Luke 2:7 “And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.”

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