Andy Williams, who died Wednesday at 84 after a yearlong battle with bladder cancer, performed over the years with a variety of superstars, including Julie Andrews, a young Donnie Osmond, Simon & Garfunkel and Kermit the Frog.
Watch a handful of famous moments below.
Williams’ signature song was “Moon River.” (He named his own theater in Branson, Mo., after the ‘60s smash hit.) This one he did alone.
Williams and Kermit poke fun at each other before singing a medley duet.
Williams and Julie Andrews' voices mingled gorgeously.
Williams, who discovered the Osmond Brothers, doesn’t sing in this number, but he’s surrounded by a harmonizing chorus of the famous little Mormons — including Donnie.
Two legendary crooners share the stage and a song: Williams and Tony Bennett.
Before they were superstars, Simon & Garfunkel performed with Williams on his show. (This song conjures images of a young Dustin Hoffman chasing his forbidden love in “The Graduate.”)