crooner


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Related to crooner: Frank Sinatra, crooning
  • noun

Synonyms for crooner

a singer of popular ballads

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Left, as fans usually see the Canadian crooner on stage |
According to Vanity Fair, the country crooner and the British supermodel put in a lot of effort into their look.
The crooner will probably end up writing a best-selling hit about his trials and tribulations here in Ireland.
Jason, who was named Britain's Favourite Crooner on the Alan Titchmarsh Show in 2010, kicks off his 15-date tour at Billingham Forum in Teesside on April 5.
After the operation, the Kuwaiti crooner had to take in all his food via drip feed, causing his to rapidly kick the kilos.
RCwgqs A series of programmes I made for Radio Scotland in 2005 - Cowan's Crooners - was self-indulgently packed with Andy Williams's music.
WARSAW: Lebanese-Canadian crooner Paul Anka is keeping his promise to make up for a concert he cancelled 48 years ago in Warsaw because of the assassination of U.
Legendary crooner Bennett said she "sang beautifully" on the track which features on his new album of duets.
There were crooners before him but Sinatra really took it to another level and that comes out in his voice," says Ford.
Now, Jason Isaacs has a new title to live up to - the people's crooner.
The crooner wrote in fury to the Irish Times after Peter Crawley slated a Dublin gig, saying "certain toes will never uncurl" after seeing the show.
Now Childwall crooner Ray Quinn has notched up another victory - and mastered his fear of sharks.
Music industry veteran Jimmy Rosemond, who is the CEO and founder of Czar Entertainment, and former Groove Theory crooner Bryce Wilson, Czar's president, are in a business where style is tantamount to an impressive showing.
Rob McLaughlin (played by country crooner Tim McGraw) has his doubts.
lang reminds us of her roots as a boots-wearing alt-country crooner in the '80s.