accordionist


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a musician who plays the accordion

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The ostensible headliner is accordionist Keith Frank with his Soileau Zydeco Band, an electrified quintet which combines the southern sounds of Cajun, blues, rock and soul into a potent Creole brew.
MUSE AND MUSIC WILL TAKES US: Woodpigeon (left) and poet Aoife Mannix and accordionist Janie Armour
He was al so a Scottish champion accordionist and raised his family as traditional musicians.
Derwentside Accordion Club will be giving a warm welcome on Thursday, September 25, to the brilliant accordionist Brian Griffen who hails from Lockerbie.
The 007 star telephoned Phil Cunningham after hearing the accordionist once penned a lament in his honour after wrongly thinking he had died.
The duo - fiddler Gareth Westacott and accordionist Guto Dafis - are among the rising stars of the traditional Welsh folk scene.
ACCORDIONIST Jack Emblow will be at the Leofric in Coventry for the next Sunday Jazz Lunch on March 23.
But I think not, because these four Russians, an accordionist and three balalaika players were so virtuosic and musicianly that I am sure he would have been writing for them.
HUNDREDS of mourners packed a small parish church yesterday for the funeral of world famous accordionist Sir Jimmy Shand.
Myron Floren, longtime ``Lawrence Welk Show'' accordionist, is welcomed back to the Norsk Hostfest in Minot, N.
Innes is a professional accordionist and missed last week's clash with Lochaber because he was supporting Capercaillie in Lorient, France.
ACCORDIONIST Steve Roxton boosted the Stainton Village Hall repairs fund with a concert on his new Italian instrument, organised on behalf of the Cleveland Accordion Workshop by member Tom Baines.
From the classic tangos, milongas and valses of the 1930s and 1940s, to the nuevo tango of Astor Piazzolla and the freshly-minted compositions of their accordionist and bandoneonist Pete Rosser, Tango Siempre present a diverse concert performance of Tango Argentino.
Joining concertina player and singer Pat Smith are accordionist Mike Greenwood, singer and guitarist Ned Clamp, storyteller Eirwen Malin and Dawnswyr Taf-Elai, a group of dancers assembled especially for the project.