rock band

  1. a band of musicians who play rock'n'roll music
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How To Use rock band In A Sentence

  • Ten years ago he was a Dundee University drop out whose career encompassed labouring, recruitment consultancy and a rock band.
  • The magazine gives the inside story of life in a rock band.
  • There I am running rivers of sweat down my neck, down my chest, down my belly and through my shirt, and I'm dancing harder than I've ever danced to a rock band.
  • The fans pressed round the rock band.
  • She plays in a rock band.
  • In a nod to the county's former hippy past, the company's head chef is said to have formerly worked for the rock band Grateful Dead.
  • He spent a decade toiling away as frontman for under- appreciated alt-rock band the Czars before finally gaining traction as a solo artist with last year's Queen Of Denmark, a collaboration with the band Midlake that rather outshone their own lacklustre recent album. This week's new live music
  • The Fender guitar is a classic in American rock bands, and Malmberg's guitar is emblematic of the type, with a yellow body that fades to deep orange and then black, what's known as a "sunburst" pattern. rss feed
  • No other rock band comes even close to matching them for dynamism or style.
  • After a period in his twenties doing any work he could find, such as cavity wall insulation, he became a drummer in a rock band. Times, Sunday Times
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