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Ed Sheeran, Lorde, The Weeknd—but more intriguing are folks like the earnest young R&B crooner Khalid, making his VMAs debut.
The Rhythm Society Orchestra, a 15-piece ensemble featuring crooner Paul King, will supply the swing-era sounds, and dance instructor and choreographer Paulette Brockington will offer Lindy hop dance lessons.
While Martin continued to shine as a pop crooner, a casually charming movie leading man, a TV variety host, and Frank Sinatra’s lieutenant in the Rat Pack, Lewis began proving himself a serious artist, in his uniquely unserious way.
His partnership with the suave and assured crooner Dean Martin made them a sensation, easily the most popular comedy team of the mid-20th century.
Adults listened to crooners, children listened to novelty records, there was no intermediate space until Bill Haley and Lonnie Donegan came along in ’55.
And along with those songs from her darkest days, the album features two tracks co-written with her new man, country crooner Anderson East.
The Canteen's brightest new crooner, Spencer Racca, gets his own show with the Victory Six swing band singing the styles of Bobby Darin, Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra.
Long before Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner were posing on yachts and jet skis in barely-there, high-cut bikinis, R&B crooner Sisqó was singing about his love of thongs and white sand beaches.
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CROONER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of crooner for English Language Learners
: a male singer who sings slow, romantic songs in a soft, smooth voice
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