band groove

band groove

[′band ‚grüv]
(ordnance)
One of the channels cut into the rotating band of a projectile during the process of engraving.
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The youngsters taking part include Bellamy School of Dance, Middlesbrough Beavers, Rhythm Train, Newport-based Trics, Middlesbrough Town Hall Performing Arts Group, samba band Groove Inc from Apollo A Arts and St Clare's Primary School.
In 2002 he collaborated with British band Groove Armada and appeared with them at Glastonbury Festival to a tumultuous welcome from the huge audience.
The event will go on even if it rains, but the 10-piece band Groove Therapy will perform only if the weather is dry.
Samba band Groove Inc will play at the venue from 7pm to 8pm on Sunday as the countdown begins to the closing ceremony.
The result is a strong body of compositions that range from heartfelt love songs to fairly esoteric reflections, usually performed as cohesive shuffles in a jam band groove," the All Music Guide writes in its four-star review of the album.
Their influences include the jam band grooves of Medeski, Martin and Wood, as well as the jazz-rock intricacy of Wayne Krantz.
There's just something about the way the band grooves and how the audience gets right up there close and personal, and I love it.
Eleven Eyes has an ever-expanding sound, and right now uses drum programming, samples and effects to round out the live band grooves.