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Sin·ger

(sing'ĕr),
Mark I., late 20th-century U.S. laryngologist. See: Blom-Singer valve.
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Who sang lead vocals on Australian group Python Lee Jackson's hit In A Broken Dream?
Cattle & Cane are a real family affair, with several members of the Hammill brood involved - Joe Hammill provides guitar and lead vocals alongside his sister Helen who adds an extra layer of lead vocals and keys.
The Westlife star took lead vocals in a performance with the other coaches from The Voice on the Arcade Fire hit Wake Up.
THE FACES Debris Late, great Ronnie Lane takes lead vocals on song from A Nod's As Good As A Wink To A Blind Horse.
They followed with Neighborhood #2 (Laka) and No Cars Go before the multi-talented Regine Chassagne took over on lead vocals for the atmospheric Haiti.
She was later invited by Courtney Pine to sing lead vocals with his band.
Channing, who drummed on Nirvana's 1989 debut Bleach, will take lead vocals and play rhythm guitar.
In that band, though, Hawkins gets a share of the spotlight - he frequently sings a song or two during a Foo show, and he handled lead vocals on the track "Cold Day in the Sun" on the Fighters' "In Your Honor" disc last year.
Last night Elkie Brooks, who shared lead vocals with Palmer in the band Vinegar Joe, said she was 'devastated'.
The line-up comprises Adam Thomas on lead guitar and lead vocals, Thomas Dixon on guitar and lead vocals, Andrew Maddern on bass guitar and vocals, and Andrew Paget on drums.
Amy Ray and Emily Saliers will probably again trade off lead vocals and songwriting; they'll alternate between Ray's husky canting and the light chirp of Saliers, which keeps things fresh and varied.
For the first time, Hoppus took on all of the lead vocals and lyric-writing and even added guitar to his usual bass duties.