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BASIE
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BIG BAND
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MISFITS
LOS ANGELES
CLASH
SEVERAL YEARS
PHILADELPHIA
MASSACHUSETTS
CHOREOGRAPHER
RUSH
RECORD
TRIBUTE
DRUMMERS
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOUNDER
MEMBER
BIOGRAPHY
DISCOGRAPHY
OWN RIGHT
TEXAS
AUSTIN
SOLOIST
PIANO
CAREER
ACTRESS
GROUP
JACKSON
SEATTLE
NIRVANA
CALIFORNIA
ARIZONA
ILLINOIS
NAME
RAPPER
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FIRST ALBUM
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TALENT
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Definitions

  1. Both vocalist are excellent and they are also joined by Peetie Wheatstraw on piano.
  2. The lead vocalist (or lead singer) is the member of a band who sings the main vocal portions of a song. (Web site)
  3. Your vocalist is the lovely Tomiko Van, and she has a very powerful alto voice.
  4. The guest vocalist was Tarja Turunen, who was the lead vocalist of the still young band Nightwish.

Record Producer

  1. Sharon Robinson is an American songwriter, record producer, and vocalist.
  2. Tsunku (つんく♂), real name Terada Mitsuo, born October 29, 1968, Osaka Prefecture is a record producer, songwriter, and vocalist.

Background Vocalist

  1. Randy Torres is the guitarist, keyboardist and background vocalist for the bands Project 86 and Crash Rickshaw.
  2. Charlotte Froom (born July 17, 1986) is the bassist & background vocalist of The Like. (Web site)
  3. For the album, Peters employed well-known session musicians and Joni Mitchell as a background vocalist. (Web site)

Female Vocalist

  1. For instance, the vocal trance is a type of music that features lengthy lyrics often sung by a female vocalist.
  2. Kellie Pickler, also from American Idol has been nominated for Best New Female Vocalist, the award which Underwood won last year. (Web site)
  3. In 1994, Briana Corrigan left the band and a new female vocalist, Jacqui Abbott, was brought in. (Web site)

Male Vocalist

  1. Haymes left the band in 1942, replaced by Johnny McAfee as lead male vocalist. (Web site)
  2. This was also the same year Billy was nominated for Best New Male Vocalist by the Academy of Country Music. (Web site)
  3. Arnold's formative musical years included early struggles to gain recognition until he landed a job as the lead male vocalist for the Pee Wee King band.

Basie

  1. It was with Basie that Rushing, as featured vocalist, would enjoy his glory years. (Web site)

Big Band Vocalist

  1. Originally from Southern California, John comes from a musical family, his father having been a record producer and his mother a big band vocalist.

Big Band

  1. Daughter of Big Band vocalist, Nancy Carr and trumpet player, Nick Capezuto, Amanda began playing and singing at age 5. (Web site)
  2. When she became a big band vocalist, she wore a band uniform instead of a gown because she wanted to be seen as a musician, and not as just a pretty face.
  3. Danny Richards was a big band vocalist in the 1930s and 1940s, primarily known for working with bandleader Bunny Berigan 's popular swing outfit.

Nashville

  1. Accompanied by Keith, Rowan went to Nashville and was hired in March 1965 as guitarist and lead vocalist of Monroe's Bluegrass Boys.

Misfits

  1. Danzig is the 1988 debut album of the eponymous band led by Glenn Danzig, formerly the songwriter and vocalist of The Misfits and Samhain. (Web site)
  2. Jerry Only (born Gerald Caiafa on April 21 1959 in Lodi, New Jersey) is the bassist and current vocalist for the horror punk band, The Misfits. (Web site)

Los Angeles

  1. Brian Cole - bass guitarist and vocalist with The Association, died in Los Angeles of a heroin overdose on August 2nd, 1972.
  2. Anna Callahan is a jazz vocalist and trumpeter based in Los Angeles.

Clash

  1. Michael Geoffrey "Mick" Jones (born 26 June 1955) was the lead guitarist and a vocalist of the British punk rock band The Clash until his dismissal in 1983.

Several Years

  1. Teddy spent several years with the Abe Lyman band where he also served as a vocalist, arranger and helped out on the business side of things.

Philadelphia

  1. Spanky Wilson is an American soul, funk and jazz vocalist, born in Philadelphia.
  2. Jason Walker is a male vocalist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania known for his soulful diva-like vocals.

Massachusetts

  1. Barbara Carroll (born Barbara Carole Coppersmith on January 25, 1925 in Worcester, Massachusetts) is a jazz pianist, composer and vocalist.
  2. Mike Gordon (born June 3, 1965 in Sudbury, Massachusetts) is a bass player and vocalist most noted for his work with the rock band Phish.

Choreographer

  1. A multi-faceted performer, Paula Abdul has made a name for herself as a dancer, choreographer, and vocalist. (Web site)

Rush

  1. A bassist as well as vocalist, Rush led bands that included legendary guitarists including Freddy King, Luther Allison, and Earl Hooker.
  2. Rush is a Canadian rock band comprised of bassist, keyboardist, and vocalist Geddy Lee, guitarist Alex Lifeson, and drummer and lyricist Neil Peart. (Web site)
  3. He performed with Alex Lifeson and John Rutsey in the first incarnation of Rush, serving as the primary vocalist and bassist in the summer of 1968.

Record

  1. Despite making another record without Reed (with Doug Yule as principal songwriter and vocalist), the Velvet Underground had more or less ceased to exist.

Tribute

  1. Al Campbell's "Sings Tribute To Clement Coxsone Dodd" is a well crafted album from a great vocalist. (Web site)
  2. The album's title is in tribute to The Gits ' vocalist, and friend of the group, Mia Zapata who was raped and strangled to death in July, 1993.
  3. It was conceived by vocalist Chris Cornell of Soundgarden as a tribute to his friend, the late Andrew Wood, lead singer of Malfunkshun and Mother Love Bone.

Drummers

  1. The music has evolved over time, mainly due to the unstable lineup, which has included 5 guitarists, 2 bassists, 4 drummers and one vocalist. (Web site)
  2. Indianapolis musician classifieds for guitarist, bass players, vocalist, singers, drummers, music instruction and equipment for sale.

British Columbia

  1. Don Francks or Iron Buffalo (born February 28, 1932 in Vancouver, British Columbia) is a legendary Canadian actor, vocalist and jazz musician.

Founder

  1. The founder and bandleader is Devon Allman, son of Gregg Allman of the Allman Brothers Band, who is the lead guitarist, vocalist, and frontman. (Web site)
  2. David Lowery is an American guitarist, vocalist and songwriter, the founder of two alternative rock bands: Camper Van Beethoven and Cracker.
  3. Eddie Jefferson was a jazz vocalist and the founder of vocalese, where a singer sings words to a famous instrumental solo. (Web site)

Member

  1. Adam Gardner is a guitarist and vocalist of the band Guster and a member of the Tufts University Beelzebubs.
  2. Lauren Mafera (born 1989) is a recent member who is the main vocalist for IQ. She is a photographer, singer, and dancer.
  3. He was the Country Music Association Male Vocalist of the Year for 1982, and became the sixty-first - and youngest - member of the Grand Ole Opry. (Web site)

Biography

  1. Biography for legendary singer George Jones, a Country Music Association male vocalist of the year.

Discography

  1. An original member of the disco band Chic, later a solo and background vocalist; includes biography, and discography.
  2. Prince, Nicky - Soul vocalist from the UK. Site includes biography, gig history, discography, photos, and audio clips.

Own Right

  1. In 1939, however, she was told of the opening for a vocalist in the band of Bob Crosby, Bing's brother and a star band leader in his own right.
  2. Tirado later became a vocalist in his own right and befriended Latin singer Lucecita Benitez for which he dedicated his first release on Lando records to.
  3. In a 30-year span, jazz vocalist and composer Joan Cartwright has become a Diva in her own right. (Web site)

Texas

  1. Kellye Gray is a jazz vocalist based in Austin, Texas.
  2. Jim Ward (born September 19, 1976 in El Paso, Texas) is the lead vocalist, guitarist and leader of the band Sparta. (Web site)
  3. Twila Paris Wright, D.D., (born December 28, 1958 in Fort Worth, Texas) is a contemporary Christian songwriter, author, theolgian, vocalist, and pianist. (Web site)

Austin

  1. Tracy Conover is a Texas blues - Rock guitarist and vocalist, based in Austin, Texas.
  2. Gurf Morlix (born 1951, Buffalo, NY) is an American multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and record producer residing for many years in Austin, Texas.
  3. Tina Marsh is a jazz vocalist and composer based in Austin, Texas.

Soloist

  1. Soon she started taking piano lessons and singing around town, both as a soloist and as a backup vocalist. (Web site)

Piano

  1. Conal Fowkes plays the piano with the Woody Allen New Orleans Jazz Band, but is also a vocalist, double bassist and music teacher. (Web site)
  2. Although Ferrell has captured the jazz public's attention as a vocalist, she continues to compose and write songs on piano and violin.
  3. From the age of 7 Sarah studied piano, and at age 12 became organist and solo vocalist in Newark's Mount Zion Baptist Church choir. (Web site)

Career

  1. Taborah began her career in Italy as the songwriter, face and vocalist of the group Blackwood.
  2. In the late 18th century the term started to be used to describe the musician, instrumentalist or vocalist, who pursued a career as a soloist. (Web site)
  3. A classically trained vocalist, Odetta sang in the chorus of the 1947 Broadway production of Finian's Rainbow, before opting for a career in folk music. (Web site)

Actress

  1. Maria Rubia is a UK-born model, actress and singer who debuted as vocalist on the Fragma dance track Everytime You Need Me.
  2. Mikayla Campbell (is the main vocalist for IQ. She is an actress who has performed in musical plays.
  3. His father was a versatile vocalist and actor; his mother, known by her stage name Lily Harley, was an actress and light opera singer. (Web site)

Group

  1. Levi Stubbs (born Levi Stubbles) (born June 6, 1936) is an American singer, best known as the lead vocalist of the famed Motown R&B group The Four Tops.
  2. That very same year Bobby Cruz joined the band and became the lead vocalist of the group.
  3. Trainwreck is a group in which Gass is a vocalist and guitarist (under the pseudonym Klip Calhoun).

Jackson

  1. Ben "Bull Moose" Jackson replaced Harris as vocalist of the band. (Web site)

Seattle

  1. Alice in Chains is an American rock band formed in Seattle, Washington, in 1987 by guitarist Jerry Cantrell and original lead vocalist Layne Staley.
  2. Alice in Chains is an American rock band formed in Seattle, Washington, in 1987 by guitarist Jerry Cantrell and original vocalist Layne Staley.
  3. After arriving in Seattle, they met up with vocalist Chris Cornell, who at the time was playing drums for a number of small bands. (Web site)

Nirvana

  1. Grohl, Dave - drummer and backup vocalist for Nirvana from 1990 to 1994. (Web site)
  2. The core of Nirvana was Kurt Cobain, lead guitarist and vocalist, and Krist Novoselic, bass player. (Web site)

California

  1. Lindsey Haun (born November 21 1984 in Los Angeles, California) is an American actress, singer and the former lead vocalist of hard rock band 7th Fall. (Web site)
  2. Billie Joe Armstrong (born February 17, 1972, in Oakland, California) is the lead vocalist, main lyricist and guitarist for the punk rock trio Green Day.

Arizona

  1. Garrett List (born 1943 in Phoenix, Arizona) is an American trombonist, vocalist and composer.
  2. John Garcia (born in San Manuel, Arizona, September 4, 1970) is a vocalist who has been a member of Kyuss, Slo Burn, Unida and Hermano. (Web site)

Illinois

  1. Rick Nielsen (born December 22, 1946 in Rockford, Illinois) is the lead guitarist, backing vocalist, and primary songwriter of the rock band Cheap Trick.

Name

  1. He made his name as vocalist of the "group sounds" band The Tempters back in the 1960s. (Web site)
  2. The remaining members of Mother Love Bone would find a new vocalist, Eddie Vedder, and a new name, Pearl Jam.
  3. Russia Hardy is the name of a Los Angeles area actress, poetess, vocalist, guitarist and model previously known as Russia Tonne' or Rasha.

Rapper

  1. Valerio is a vocalist and rapper for IQ as well as the choreographer.
  2. Before becoming a vocalist, he was interested in becoming a rapper. (Web site)

Fame

  1. Peter Brian Gabriel is an English singer, musician and songwriter who rose to fame as the lead vocalist and flautist of the progressive rock group Genesis.
  2. The Nuge and The Motor City Madman is a hard rock guitarist and vocalist who originally gained fame as the lead guitarist of the Amboy Dukes.
  3. He gained fame as the bass player, co-lead vocalist, lyricist, principal songwriter and one of the founding members of the rock band Pink Floyd.

Rock

  1. Withers, Natalie - A profile of the rock, jazz, and swing vocalist, CD information and ordering, and links.
  2. Rock and soul vocalist from the Chicago area.
  3. A big band vocalist who also sings swing, rock, and oldies.

Song

  1. Vocalist and guitarist, Dave Matthews, typically begins the song slowly with just vocals and acoustic guitar.
  2. Ashanti was first featured as a background vocalist on rapper Big Pun 's song "How We Roll".
  3. Olivia  was the vocalist and the lyricist for this song.

First Album

  1. This is also the first album to feature both Lindsey Buckingham as guitarist and Stevie Nicks as vocalist, after Bob Welch departed the band, late in 1974.
  2. With vocalist Shawn Smith, he formed Pigeonhed, which released its first album in 1993. (Web site)

Orchestra

  1. The new orchestra continued to be successful, with Kitty Kallen as its featured vocalist, but Harry's interest were turning away from music. (Web site)
  2. In 1940, Dorsey hired another vocalist, Frank Sinatra, who had previously sung in a quartet, The Hoboken Four, and later with Harry James ' orchestra. (Web site)
  3. In 1933 he joined Horace Heidt 's orchestra as a vocalist and pianist. (Web site)

Talent

  1. Live in Oakland -- Home Again finds Daryl Coley returning to his hometown for a spectacular concert that proves his deep talent as a vocalist.
  2. Pop vocalist and songwriter David Phelps has been given such a talent.

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  3. Arts > Music > Composers > Songwriter
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