pop group

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a group that plays pop music

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Mr Gray said: "Although Savile and a pop group were known to frequent, that does not in itself show linkage or grounds to investigate further, except with the benefit of hindsight.
Last year's concert featured performances by American dance pop band No Mercy, Jenny from Swedish pop group Ace of Base, Trinidian singer Haddaway and German duo La Bouche, among others.
I don't think it was for me but it was like some famous pop group arriving.
Go inside the world of this crazy and unpredictable new pop group and find out for yourself.
Pop group Death In Vegas, with Richard Fearless (right)
After the pop group split, he starred in musicals including Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
MUSIC LOVER: Beccy, left, with Lisa Scott-Lee from her favourite pop group Steps
Anderson, 57, told partygoers that he reminded the brothers that they once formed a pop group called Le Tosseurs - before adding that to him they would always be "to***rs".
To this day, along with Swedish pop group ABBA, they are among the most widely known 1970s Western music acts in these regions.
Sounding similar to Maximum Joy or Pop Group, the low bop in these songs and wiry Cure-like vocals are an excellent missing puzzle piece to excavate from the depths.
The ECF is a brand new European pop festival with a unique and very challenging formula: European musicians from different countries and of different nationalities play together in a pop group, and produce their music by using the Internet
The uber-successful pop group, which recently entered the Guinness Book of Records for most consecutive top ten UK hits by a British girl group, will now play back-to-back gigs at the NIA on May 20, and May 21, next year as part of The Out of Control Tour.
I suppose you could say I was a real wannabe pop singer in a pop group.
What a world away they were from the thousands of other children, force-fed pop music both at home and school, told by teachers that the acme of their ambition should be to be in a boy or girl pop group and encouraged to enter for competitions run by local radio or TV stations to find the best school pop group of the year.