Bing Crosby’s family are hoping to get his song White Christmas to number one for the first time.
The late star’s family and record label, Decca, are releasing a new album of his music entitled Bing At Christmas.
It sees Crosby’s original vocals set to newly-recorded orchestral arrangements, performed by the London Symphony Orchestra.
This year, the Crosby family wants to get the newly-orchestrated version to the top of the charts in the crooner’s memory.
The singer’s widow Kathryn said of the album: “Hearing Bing’s voice with these completely new, beautifully recorded, orchestral accompaniments makes it seem as though he’s back after all these years.
Joining Crosby on White Christmas is the Grammy-winning a cappella group Pentatonix.
Bing At Christmas also features arrangements of Winter Wonderland, It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas, The Christmas Song and Little Drummer Boy, on which David Bowie joins in a duet recorded in September 1977, just a month before Crosby died.
Bing At Christmas is being released on November 22.