music hall

noun

Definition of music hall 

: a vaudeville theater also : vaudeville

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That combo of soul, psych, music hall and rock has been a huge inspiration and influence on my own work, especially on my album Third. Ron Hart, Billboard, "Small Faces' 'Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake' Turns 50: Phil Collen, Peter Frampton, Linda Thompson & More Pay Tribute," 24 May 2018 Country or rock, casinos or indie music hall, click through this gallery to find a concert for all music lovers. Michael Hamad, courant.com, "Farm Aid 2018 Bringing Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp To Hartford," 25 June 2018 In addition to waiting tables or delivering pizzas this summer, La Porte teenager Jason Barron will portray an upper-class Englishman who jumps between train cars, crawls across a bridge and directs a daring escape through a London music hall. Don Maines, Houston Chronicle, "Teen takes on hero role in ‘39 Steps’," 22 May 2018 The Chandlers got very rich on real estate and publishing, grew the arts, built an Oscar-worthy music hall and, best of all, produced a golden son, Otis, with a movie-star chin but a papal heart. Chris Erskine, latimes.com, "As we pack up, a bittersweet ode to a workplace that was my second home," 29 June 2018 Country or rock, casinos or indie music hall, click through this gallery to find a concert for all music lovers. Michael Hamad, courant.com, "Farm Aid 2018 Bringing Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp To Hartford," 25 June 2018 Country or rock, casinos or indie music hall, click through this gallery to find a concert for all music lovers. Michael Hamad, courant.com, "Farm Aid 2018 Bringing Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp To Hartford," 25 June 2018 Country or rock, casinos or indie music hall, click through this gallery to find a concert for all music lovers. Michael Hamad, courant.com, "Farm Aid 2018 Bringing Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp To Hartford," 25 June 2018 Country or rock, casinos or indie music hall, click through this gallery to find a concert for all music lovers. Jessica Rudman, courant.com, "HSO Wraps Up Masterworks Season With Impressive Collaboratin," 9 June 2018

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1842, in the meaning defined above

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music hall

noun

English Language Learners Definition of music hall

: a theater in which popular entertainers performed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries; also : the type of entertainment that was performed in such a theater

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