choirboy


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choirboy

one of a number of young boys who sing the treble part in a church choir
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SMILES BETTER: Liverpool choirboy Jack Topping will still sing at the Royal Albert Hall after a fire there last week, right, caused the cancellation of the Classic FM concert
All three boys are musically talented and play various instruments: they may be young, but The Choirboys are already tipped for the big time.
The editor, who mentions that he, like Walton, was educated at a choir school, has included an extensive series of the juvenile missives that the composer wrote to his mother during his years as a choirboy.
Working with Dame Julie Andrews is one of the many memorable moments that sticks in the mind of the former choirboy turned TV presenter who found fame for his cover version of orking with Dame Julie Andrews is one of the many memorable moments that sticks in the mind of the former choirboy turned TV presenter who found fame for his cover version of Walking In The Air from the animated classic The Snowman.
LIVERPOOL choirboy Jack Topping finally got his night in the limelight.
The Bangor-born former teenage choirboy who grew up in Llandegfan, Anglesey has been a household name for 25 years.
The former choirboy and his bandmates wowed BGT judges last night with Otis Redding's Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay.
I'm afraid I cannot add any other names other than the fact I am the second choirboy from the right.
ERIC CLAPTON & STEVE WINWOOD Live ( Reprise) FORMER Birmingham choirboy Steve Winwood and Eric Clapton reunited last year for their first shows together since Blind Faith called it a day in 1969.
The former choirboy popped the question to 32-year-old Suzanne last Hogmanay.
What's different about them is that these young lads - 11-year-old CJ is the youngest - are The Choirboys, the first ever choirboy boy-band.
The replies: cooking recipes, 14 percent; data on restaurants and eating out, 13 percent; hair styles and fashions, l0 percent; cinema and concerts, 9 percent; information on job-hunting, 8 percent; photos of celebrities, 5 percent; data on real estate and housing, 3 percent; and the largest group, 30 percent, which with the honesty of a choirboy replied, "nothing in particular.