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Google.com - CROONER: a singer, typically a male one, who sings sentimental songs in a soft, low voice.
The original soft-voiced crooners originated in the US during the 1920s with Rudy Vallee and Bing Crosby. Crooners saw their heyday during the 1950s when the most famous Crooner of them all, Frank Sinatra, stole everyone's heart. But Crooners never die. In 2005, Canadian born Michael Bublé gained a world wide audience with his Album It's Time, and has been going strong since. In 2014, U.K.'s Sam Smith had a number one hit both abroad and in the US. And we've seen young crooners on American Idol in recent years, showing that this clique will be forever cool.
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