Pop crooner Andy Williams came to be known as "the Emperor of Easy" for his smooth, silky tone and understated vocal style. Williams was a virtual hit machine throughout the '60s, from the stop-time melancholy of "Can't Get Used to Losing You" (later covered by ska revivalists the English Beat) to the uptempo, brassy "Music to Watch Girls By" in addition to his definitive version of "Moon River." Williams was also a TV star, whose Christmas specials became an American tradition. In the '90s, he wrote a second chapter to his career by starting his own theater in Branson, Missouri, where fans would flock to his daily shows. Later in that decade, Williams was swept up in the lounge movement and rediscovered by a new generation of fans.