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White said the band had cables underneath the stage and a roadie under the stage was to keep the cables in order as the band moved from one side of the stage to the other.
And keep in mind there is no normal or easy roadie for this team; everything’s more than 1,000 miles, seemingly.
Inside the VBCC arena at the Nov. 10 show, the two girls befriended a Motley Crue roadie.
Jeremy Oblander would act as a roadie for his friends and bring their gear to their performances.
Alisa Xayalith of The Naked and Famous is flitting around, unbothered as Fitzgerald's Jordan Baker, in a field feet from a tent under which roadies are already wilting in their black skinny jeans.
But in the blood, fear and anger there also are suggestions for de-escalating what has become a growing war between drivers and roadies — as asphalt-loving bicyclists call themselves.
At the western end is a 300-seat theater that sat vacant for nine years until reopened in August 2015, by veteran rock band roadie and jack-of-all-trades Tony Longvall.
Dressed like a roadie, in jeans and a work shirt and his ever-present baseball cap, with an L.A. Dodgers logo, Tollett was typically understated about his historic feat of rock promotion.
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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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