band head

band head

[′band ‚hed]
(spectroscopy)
A location on the spectrogram of a molecule at which the lines of a band pile up.
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The Average White Band head to Leamington's |Assembly Rooms in November
The Bluecoat - 8pm, PS2/PS3 THE Sweet Jam Band head to The Bluecoat, above, tonight to play a repertoire of modern, original and quirky numbers alongside well-known jazz standards.
Colorado-based bluegrass band Head for the Hills plays at 8 p.
The band head off on a mini-tour of Scotland right after our show, taking in gigs in Dundee, Aberdeen, Forres and Inverness.
The band head the bill on the second day of a new festival, known as Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time, in a reprisal of their celebrated free concert of 5 July 1969, when they played in the park only two days after the death of their founder member, Brian Jones.
Peters, pictured, and his band head out on a UK tour shortly to promote their latest album Vinyl - which acts as the soundtrack to the new movie of the same name which is released next month.
The unlikely band head for Hollywood, fighting off the living dead wherever they crop up.
And the band head into 2009 ready to get going again and get writing their first album without Ryder Jones.
As the band head out across country Ben sets about baiting them, all too aware that his gang will be hot on their trail.
Britain's favourite band head out on their traditional Winter Tour, this year sponsored by Kit Kat.
Bahamian Pirate, who ran in his third July Cup two weeks ago, and Fire Up The Band head the Nicholls 14.
The five piece alt rock band head North on October 3.