“Don’t Ask Why. Just go and God Bless America.”
Irving Berlin went from being the youngest of eight children to an immediate hit songwriter whose song “Blue Skies” would be one of the first pieces of music on film. But he would end up away from his family a lot and yearned to be back in New York celebrating any holiday.
Learn how his consistent work would inspire him to write White Christmas. Also see how Bing Crosby, who was dominating the radio scene, would be selected to debut White Christmas and set up the negotiation for Holiday Inn.