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The New Orleans crooner's foray into daytime TV kicked off Monday (Sept. 12).
The couple will be dressed in '40s attire as a tribute to crooner Bing Crosby.
Some fans who had stayed with Mr. Dylan through his multiple transitions since the early 1960s — from folk singer to electric rocker to country crooner to Americana sage — rejected his new, sectarian message.
Her tone is warm and full, like a coffee-house crooner singing a love song to a packed house.
Jason Aldean, the country crooner performing onstage when the gunfire began, had left.
The country crooner with the deep voice has been on the go ever since.
And apparently, the crooner is also really good at picking out jewelry.
The soul crooner spun and dipped in a sleek suit — the likeness so lifelike, even the wrinkles in his socks popped.
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