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Sin·ger

(sing'ĕr),
Mark I., late 20th-century U.S. laryngologist. See: Blom-Singer valve.
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Other musical acts lined up were Mike Peters, former lead singer with The Alarm, Richard Parfitt, lead singer of the 60ft Dolls, rising Welsh stars Big Leaves, who have just toured with Catatonia, plus singer-songwriter Martyn Joseph.
Jones belted out his all-time classic Green, Green Grass of Home before welcoming Stereos' lead singer Kelly Jones on stage.
Lead singer, Huey, multi-instrumentalist Fast and drummer Mackie have recently launched a double CD Bag of Hits, featuring their infectious hits such as Scooby Snacks, Love Unlimited and Loco.
NASDAQ: CNUU) today announced that its Continuum Records label will release a solo album by Roger Daltrey, lead singer of The Who, sometime during the second calendar quarter of 1994.
She recorded Funkology XIII's new single (scheduled for a February release to radio) "It Takes Two" with Survivor lead singer Jimi Jamison.
But now, after nearly three decades of living his rock-star sex life in cautious silence, Rob Halford, one-time lead singer of Judas Priest, considered by many the archetypal metal band, bangs his head on rock's meanest closed door and breaks all the way out.
TARZANA - Funeral services are scheduled Thursday in Las Vegas for Rudy Maugeri, a lead singer with The Crew Cuts, a 1950s doo-wop group.
Davis shares vocal duties on the riveting new video "Ty Jonathan Down" with Videodrone lead singer Ty Elam.
Despite the growing local and worldwide acclaim for D'AMATO -- which includes blazing gigs at Sunset Strip haunts the Key Club, Whiskey a Go-Go and Viper Room, as well as airplay on Italy's Radio Antenna Due -- the charismatic, New York and Philly bred lead singer keeps it all in perspective: "In a weird way, we're like Audioslave without money.
Q WHAT is Herb Reed, lead singer of the 60s group The Platters, up to now?
Lead singer Bobby Gillespie and the rest of the Primal Scream boys are playing festivals at the Isle of Wight, Hyde Park and T in the Park but the best way to see them is up close and personal at a small venue like the Barfly.