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vocalist

a singer, esp one who regularly appears with a jazz band or pop group
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Previous vocalists graduating from the VOX course have gone on to release singles, support high-profile artists, and achieve airplay on national radio and coverage on influential blogs and websites.
Completing the line-up is British Country Music Association's Female Vocalist of the Year for nine consecutive years, Sarah Jory, and her band.
He is a known classical vocalist but he also switches to the ghazal and then he is made to sing a geet and if need be kaafi.
Such is the diverse range of his musical talent that he performed as a rock vocalist with the successful South Wales-based band Revolva, who performed at many nationally renowned venues.
Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists, vocalists, soloists and ensembles.
Blues musicians who performed on Chicago's airways in the 1920s included boogie-woogie piano legends Pinetop Smith and Albert Ammons, as well as the pioneering urban blues guitarist and vocalist Lonnie Johnson - who also did a weekly radio show on WTAM in Cleveland, Ohio, for a short period of time in 1929.
An outstanding resource for all vocalists, this website presents a broad spectrum of information about wellness issues for vocalists, from professional singers to children.
Type of participants: Guitarists, brass and woodwind instrumentalists, vocalists, soloists and ensembles.
That good taste is evident in Massive's third and latest record, ``Mezzanine'' (Virgin), in which dub bass, languid, reverb-laden guitar, eerie percussion, darkly atmospheric electronics and such high-profile vocalists as veteran reggae star Horace Andy and ex-Cocteau Twins chanteuse Liz Fraser help put this hypnotic sound across.
Today, the Dixie Hummingbirds carry on the great tradition of quartet harmony with vocalists Tucker, Owens, Carl Davis and William Bright, and longtime guitarist Howard Carroll.
Officials also announced that country music artist Mark Collie, New Age artist Hiroshima and beach/surf vocalists Jan and Dean will perform during the city's Summer Starlight Concert Series.
Stevie Nicks, who has sold over 100 million albums combined with Fleetwood Mac and her solo career is viewed by many as one of the top female rock vocalists of all time.