Definition of bandmate
: a fellow member of a band
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Being in touch with his old bandmates again has brightened his life.
Megan had a smooth delivery, Nathan's bandmate, Josh Wilson, wrote on the family's GoFundMe page.
Like many of his fellow bandmates, Alatrash mixes professional training as a classical musician with a love of music from his native country, Palestine.
Many of Harry's former One Direction bandmates shared their condolences on social media: Devastated to hear the news about Robin .
With his three-sheets-to-the-wind bandmates piled in the back, Snooks allegedly used the sound of road gravel crunching under the car's tires to successfully guide them home.
Six years after Helplessness Blues, Robin Pecknold and his bandmates are back—and thinking deeply about how albums should represent the evolution of a band.
On Friday, Pineda jogged athletically from one side of the stage to the other in skin-tight leather pants, weaving past his more stately bandmates, delivering the familiar lyrics with a penetrating voice and passionate pantomime.
Directed by Sarah Crawford, the Musical Theater Heritage interpretation divulges new nuances in the story and in the music conceived by Townshend and his three bandmates in the Who.
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