Definition of vocalist
Examples of vocalist in a Sentence
hired a vocalist for their jazz band
Recent Examples of vocalist from the Web
When the rest of the musicians took their places, listeners heard an astonishing range of color, expressed with a degree of subtlety soon to be demolished by the evening's vocalist.
Former President Jimmy Carter and entertainer Cher were among the political and musical luminaries who attended the funeral for Southern rock pioneer and Allman Brothers Band vocalist Gregg Allman in Georgia on Saturday.
Etheridge herself is about as giddy as a veteran vocalist can be, eager to join forces for the first time with a youth orchestra and tackle together a huge set-list of new arrangements.
Some vocalists will stand in balconies, while others will walk through the orchestra.
He’s joined by the fine vocalist Melissa Stylianou and the bassist Ike Sturm.
Following the vocalists, Kenney Elkomous and Aaron Ringo followed on classical guitar.
The Lakes High School Band and vocalist Rebecca Labb will perform.
A J-pop vocalist sings the in-game music as the eponymous lead slashes, shoots, and portal-hair-kicks angels to their demise.
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VOCALIST Defined for Kids
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