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    • Even before hostilities commenced in Europe, one of the most played songs on radio was Irving Berlin's "God Bless America", popularized by CBS personality Kate Smith.CBS-Wikipedia
    • The biggest hit song of Crosby's career was his recording of Irving Berlin's "White Christmas," which he introduced on a Christmas Day radio broadcast in 1941.Bing Crosby-Wikipedia
    • The phrase "I say it's spinach" entered the vernacular (and three years later, the Broadway musical Face the Music included Irving Berlin's musical number entitled "I Say It's Spinach (And the Hell with It)").The New Yorker-Wikipedia
    • The 1940s would begin with more hits from Porter, Irving Berlin, Rodgers and Hart, Weill and Gershwin, some with runs over 500 performances as the economy rebounded, but artistic change was in the air.Musical theatre-Wikipedia
    • Irving Berlin, who admired and championed Porter, took out a paid press advertisement calling the show "The best musical comedy I've heard in years. ... One of the best collections of song numbers I have ever listened to".Cole Porter-Wikipedia
    • Like Irving Berlin, he was a close follower of cultural fashion and changing language, which in part accounted for the long tenure of his success.Johnny Mercer-Wikipedia

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