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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She has sung for as long as she can remember and when she was around 13 reached the finals of the Choirgirl of the Year competition.
ALTERNATIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCE: ``From the Choirgirl Hotel,'' Tori Amos; ``Hello Nasty,'' Beastie Boys; ``Is This Desire?
Worldwide, her critically acclaimed discography includes the 1992 multi-platinum breakthrough album Little Earthquakes and 1994's Under The Pink, as well as the platinum successes Boys For Pele, From The Choirgirl Hotel and To Venus and Back.
So, 15 years after I pranced around in a choirgirl outfit "working" as a Manumission entertainer, I booked my first trip back to see how the island had changed.
I entered a Choirgirl of the Year competition at my local church when I was 10 and this was taken at the Welsh final, where I came second.
I entered a Choirgirl of the Year competition at my local church when I was 10 - and this was taken at the Welsh final, where I came second.
FORMER Carmarthen choirgirl Nicky Stevens became a 1970s pop sensation when her group Brotherhood of Man won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1976 with what would turn out to be one of the most successful Eurovision songs ever.
A 16-year-old British choirgirl who cheated death when she fell from a hotel window in Italy was "back to her old self" yesterday, according to her school.
Mother-of-two Vicky - a former finalist in a national Choirgirl of the Year competition - is to record her first solo CD of hymns and choral favourites in the next few weeks.
Now, after four best-selling and record breaking albums of classical tunes, hymns and arias, the former choirgirl of the year has tackled her last remaining ambition.
The former choirgirl said: 'I work with a stylist who goes out and shops for all the things I've got coming up like TV appearances, and then I buy the clothes I want to keep.
In 2002, when she was just 14, Lucy was judged Young Choirgirl of the Year.