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Initially, Ed Schrader’s Music Beat was a one-man band.
On Friday there’s a live one-man band playing Brazilian Sertaneja country music.
As a live act, the one-man band transformed into a six-piece incorporating acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass, keyboard, drums and trumpet.
In possibly the North Shore’s top performance of the season, the senior running back was nearly a one-man band in the Lions’ 40-7 victory over Fontainebleau last Friday.
Oklahoma City Thunder Paul George and Carmelo Anthony will prevent Russell Westbrook from drifting back into one-man band gimmickry.
David Lindquist / IndyStar Ed Sheeran excelled as a one-man band for nearly all of Friday’s performance at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, but the singer-songwriter represented only one-third of the show.
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ONE-MAN BAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of one-man band for English Language Learners
: a musician who plays several instruments at the same time
: a person who is responsible for or does several tasks alone
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