Definition of 'vocalist'
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Are you enjoying the role of lead vocalist? The Sun (2010)The soulful jazz vocalist is the real deal. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Nashville has become the last remaining outpost of the great pop vocalist. Christianity Today (2000)But where were the thanks for that wonderful band and vocalists? The Sun (2016)You sing all the male parts but you used female vocalists. The Sun (2009)More accessible were the tracks in which the band were joined by guest vocalists. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Female vocalists run that part of the industry. The Sun (2010)The vocalist performs jazz and pop. Times, Sunday Times (2009)B. Make me the lead vocalist on one of your most famous songs? Times, Sunday Times (2015)It's all about female vocalists right now. The Sun (2014)If an overbearing sound mix did him few favours, his five backing vocalists wove some strikingly seductive harmonies. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Is she a jazz vocalist? Times, Sunday Times (2009)I had the idea of using backing vocalists and having them be an element that ties things together as well as using strings. The Sun (2015)And has there been a better British male pop vocalist to emerge in the last 30 years? The Sun (2014)The popular West End swing vocalist joins the band for a performance of classics from the stage. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Yet Sound the Alarm is packed with guest vocalists. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The former lead vocalist of The Smiths has his say. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'vocalist'
British English: vocalist NOUN
A vocalist is a singer who sings with a group.
They take turns as the band's lead vocalist.
Definition of vocalist from the Collins English Dictionary
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