: a person involved in a political fusion or in musical fusion
Examples of fusionist in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebAhmari had convened that group—the post-fusionist caucus—with his friend Matthew Schmitz, a young editor at First Things and another Catholic convert, who had grown up in Nebraska.
Benjamin Wallace-wells, The New Yorker, 12 Sep. 2019 Other performers will include Latin-jazz fusionists Bossa Soul, rockin’ brass band Brio Brass, the Jazz Standards and the Selby Avenue Brass Band.
Dan Emerson, Twin Cities, 7 Sep. 2019 For the libertarian or fusionist, this might have been a gross infringement on the freedom of citizens to break bonds of their own will.
Declan Leary, National Review, 11 June 2019 And the Da Camera JAM series begins April 5 with jazz/bluegrass fusionist Jacqui Sutton.
Houston Chronicle, 1 Feb. 2018 Rah the Son (Loving Touch afterparty): Rah the Son is the recording and performing moniker of Detroit pop-fusionist Rahbi Hammond, who has a soul-R&B voice and delivery that sometimes suggests the flow of hip-hop.
Jeff Milo, Detroit Free Press, 12 July 2017
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