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FORM
TRUMPET PLAYER
SENIOR YEAR
JAZZ GROUP
CANADA
MEMBER
PRINCE
BASSIST
REFORMING
TOURING
BAND
NIGHT LIFE
TOURING BAND
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. His touring band was formed with two singing guitar players that provide harmonies and guitar work very similar to DeYoung's prime in Styx.

Form

  1. The plan was formed to record a Donnie Munro solo album (something Donnie had always wanted to do) and to tentatively form a touring band.
  2. In the early 40s he left the Goodman organization to form his own touring band.

Trumpet Player

  1. Joe Oliver puts together a touring band with the help of his nephew Dave Nelson a trumpet player and arranger who once played in Ma Rainey's backup band.

Senior Year

  1. Mulligan dropped out of high school during his senior year to pursue work with a touring band. (Web site)

Jazz Group

  1. You wouldn't necessarily call NOMO a jazz group, though as a touring band it certainly could pass for one. (Web site)

Canada

  1. Though never an actively touring band, Boards of Canada did perform a handful of shows.

Member

  1. During the 1970s Lloyd played extensively with The Beach Boys both on their studio recordings and as a member of their touring band.

Prince

  1. Around the time of the Graffiti Bridge, Prince recruited the trio as a dance group called the "Gameboyz" for the film and his touring band.

Bassist

  1. In the late 1970s, after Prince released his debut album he recruited Cymone as bassist for his touring band. (Web site)

Reforming

  1. After a period in which they had little control over their music, they disappeared for thirty years, reforming as a recording and touring band in 2001.

Touring

  1. Johanson was a member of Otis Redding 's touring band in 1966, later touring with Sam and Dave. (Web site)

Band

  1. After concluding the Binaural Tour, the band released Touring Band 2000 the following year.

Night Life

  1. Ray Price, who co-owned Pamper Music, recorded Nelson 's "Night Life" and invited him to join his touring band, the Cherokee Cowboys, as a bassist. (Web site)
  2. Ray Price, who co-owned Pamper Music, recorded Nelson's "Night Life" and invited him to join his touring band, the Cherokee Cowboys, as a bassist. (Web site)

Touring Band

  1. So, Al Pitrelli, formerly a member of Alice Cooper 's touring band, became the lead guitarist for the band. (Web site)
  2. The same year, Davis prepared to tour again, and formed a touring band with largely different members from those who had played on the album. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Night Life
  2. Band
  3. Touring
  4. Reforming
  5. Studio Recordings
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