accordionist

[ UK /ɐkˈɔːdɪənˌɪst/ ]
NOUN
  1. a musician who plays the accordion
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  • The irresistibly danceable blues-zydeco fusion music pioneered by the late accordionist Alton Rubin Sr. (aka Rockin 'Dopsie) continues to evolve in the nimble fingers of a second generation. In New Orleans, jazz fans get their groove on despite rain
  • Front and center is Riley, a wonderfully soulful accordionist, writer and singer. Michal Shapiro: Cajun Dancing in Midtown Manhattan: 2 Song From Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys (Video)
  • Only later did she realize that he had used them to pay the restaurateur for his services, to induce a local accordionist to play for them. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
  • He splits his time between MoS and Shamalamacord, a duo where he plays shamisen with an accordionist. Gil Asakawa: Monsters of Shamisen Rock in Colorado Concert
  • The irresistibly danceable blues-zydeco fusion music pioneered by the late accordionist Alton Rubin Sr. (aka Rockin 'Dopsie) continues to evolve in the nimble fingers of a second generation. In New Orleans, jazz fans get their groove on despite rain
  • It's still rock 'n' roll," Lacombe says, but will include special guests such as accordionist Cory Pesaturo and possibly former Morphine saxophonist Dana Colley. Projo.com Projo Local News
  • Piazzolla used to lead his bands from the bandoneon, and accordionist James Crabb reprised the composer's role.
  • Another odd release was by veteran Cajun accordionist Lionel Cormier's band The Sundown Playboys, who'd been going at it since 1945. Finding The Best Of The Bands On The Beatles' Label
  • Not so with their Louisiana counterpart Amede Ardoin, the black Creole singer and accordionist whose astonishing recordings were as crucial to the evolution of Cajun and zydeco music as those of Patton and Johnson were to the development of Delta and Chicago blues. Review: 'Mama, I'll Be Long Gone' finally delivers a Cajun innovator his honor
  • The pigeon act Hamilton Conrad, the mind-reader The Amazing Fogel, the lady whistler Eva Kane, the foot juggler Levanda, the yodelling accordionist Billy Moore, the human spider Valantyne Napier, the novelty xylophonist Reggie Redcliffe ... Voices of change
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