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His mother was a roadie for Little Richard and Chuck Berry; his birth certificate is an IA union card.
On the stage, roadies snap shut large plastic Pelican cases and roll them away on casters.
Baranski does another frosty blond snob, and Sarandon is in Banger Sisters mode, smoking marijuana and talking about her days as a roadie.
Formerly the band’s roadie and guitar tech, Young was recruited after the January 2012 release of Strength to Survive, SOJA’s first release for ATO Records, the label founded by Dave Matthews and his manager Coran Capshaw.
His mother was a roadie for Little Richard and Chuck Berry
An affable Englishman with the shaggy, mischievous mien of an old Led Zeppelin roadie with tales to tell, Hope told me that he was undaunted by Irons’s ambition.
At each of the six venues, bands overcame the minor problems of a tight budget that forbids a roadie or a dedicated sound engineer.
And keep in mind there is no normal or easy roadie for this team; everything’s more than 1,000 miles, seemingly.
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Origin and Etymology of roadie
First Known Use: 1969See Words from the same year
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Definition of roadie for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to help move and set up the equipment of traveling musicians
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