Bob Crosby was an Americanjazz singer and bandleader who led a band called the Bob-Cats—a New Orleans Dixieland-style jazz octet—formed around 1935. Bob was the younger brother of singer and actor Bing Crosby. Bob Crosby's band hits included South Rampart Street Parade, March of the Bob Cats, In a Little Gypsy Tea Room, Whispers in the Dark, Day In, Day Out, Down Argentine Way, and You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby. He hosted his TV variety show on CBS called The Bob Crosby Show (1953–1957). Bob Crosby received two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, for television and radio.