band head

band head

[′band ‚hed]
(spectroscopy)
A location on the spectrogram of a molecule at which the lines of a band pile up.
References in classic literature ?
Nor did it strike me as very strange, after a moment's reflection, that she should intercede thus earnestly for a band headed by her own mother's widower, prime scoundrel of them all though she knew him to be.
Tomorrow, the band head for Aberdeen to play the city's Music Hall from 7pm.
After their North East concerts, Shake 'Em Up Jazz Band head for Scotland and the Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.
The Dughoose Ska Band head to the village this Saturday to be part of this year's annual Hangarfest.
This summer will also see the band head out on the road for a number of outdoor gigs at stately homes around the country including a date in the grounds of Alnwick Castle on July 14.
Having already sold out The Cluny in February, the band head back there as part of their short English tour appearing on Sunday, July 3.
The Average White Band head to Leamington's |Assembly Rooms in November
Colorado-based bluegrass band Head for the Hills plays at 8 p.m.
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.