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a commitment, as for a performance by an entertainer

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long and light rowing boat

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an implement with a shaft and barbed point used for catching fish

a cluster of hooks (without barbs) that is drawn through a school of fish to hook their bodies

tender that is a light ship's boat

small two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage

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a booking for musicians

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Gemma, also a gig buddy to Harvey, added: "I'm really excited to be a part of what is such an important project; everyone deserves the opportunity to have a vibrant and fun social life, with Gig Buddies Calderdale, they can.
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My first gig with my cello was back in April 2015 at Luna Cafe.
People who want to work without having set hours may look for gigs to fit their schedules.
Stories of such young men driving gigs seem to have been a point of contention in Regency England.
Special Lynval Golding was being tight-lipped about what we could expect, but he did reveal the set-list is to be changed with something extra-special for the Ricoh gig.
Most modern competition gigs are now steel-framed - but for Mr Rees, nothing will ever beat the sheer luxury that old wooden gigs provide.
PET Shop Boys Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe turned up to a fan's home for a private gig.
The gigs will be held at Clwb Ifor Bach, Womanby Street, Cardiff, from Saturday August 2 to Saturday, August 9, with two gigs being held per night.
A close second would be Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance (Ronnie Lane was ex Small Faces), and I saw their gigs at the Birmingham Town Hall and also Barbarellas, if anyone recalls that club
Offering tips, tricks and techniques for amateur, part-time, and full-time musicians with or without an agent of their own, chapters cover the basics of packaging and presenting oneself, such as why press kits are necessary but will rarely land one a job, and progresses to cover a wide variety of possible jobs at locations ranging from churches and country clubs to hotels, fairs, and schools, road gigs, and cruise ships.
Matt not only handles the drumsticks, but also the business end of The Second String, arranging gigs and collecting money for the band members.
In reality the highs do exist--they come from the dancing that comes from filling your calendar with as many gigs as possible.
Bing Joins Gigwalk's A-List Client Roster - Rolling Out Gigs in 8 Major Metros