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    Live to Air Concerts are exclusive to and produced by JAZZ.FM91!

    Hosted from our Long & McQuade Performance Hall, we present your favourite artists in an intimate performance with terrific storytelling and one of our music loving hosts.

    These unique programming experiences are created as a way of thanking you for listening and for being part of the JAZZ.FM91 community.

    Live to Air Concerts are made possible thanks to YOU and our sponsors: LeaseBusters – Your vehicle lease transfer specialists and CarCostCanada – The best price on your next new car, guaranteed!

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    Tribute to Bing Crosby - Live to Air Concert

    Date: Thursday, November 30th
    Length: 60-Minutes

    Donation Level:

    Double - $250.00

    Single - $125.00

    JAZZ.FM91 presents a celebration of song on November 30th in honour of the legendary crooner, that influenced the history of music and the holidays ... Bing Crosby.

    The legendary singer and actor's trademark, warm bass-baritone voice, made him the best-selling recording artist of the 20th century and one of North America's most popular entertainers of all time.

    Live from within the heart of JAZZ.FM91 in our Long & McQuade Performance Hall, this 60-minute special hosted by Ross Porter will include performances by: Murray Mclaughlin, Lori Cullen, Drew Jurecka, John Alcorn and Attila Fias.

    This special evening is brought to you by CarCostCanada & LeaseBusters!

    Just in time for the holiday season, JAZZ.FM91's Tribute to Bing Crosby - a Live to Air special event!

    Be a part of this celebration and donate today before this Live to Air concert sells out.

    Donate directly online or by calling 1-800-811-2400

    Bing Fact:

    How did he get the name 'Bing'?
    - Bing Crosby got his name from a Comic Strip. The nickname 'Bing' found him when he was just seven years old as The Spokane Spokesman-Review ran a comic feature called "The Bingville Bugle," which was a parody of hillbilly newspapers.


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