choirboy


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a boy who sings in a choir

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bilingual translation of choir resources, Latino choirboy
FORMER choirboy Harold Clough came to the Examiner after visiting a memorial stone some 78 years after he was at its unveiling.
STICKING with Jags, Nick Clegg's choirboy mask slipped years ago so it's no surprise he has been dragged into a Lib Dumb funding scandal.
CHOIRBOY Jack Topping is to challenge the winner of The X Factor by entering the race for the Christmas number one.
A LIVERPOOL choirboy is being given a second chance to perform at the Royal Albert Hall.
CHOIRBOY Jack Topping has landed a major record deal at the age of just 11.
WALES' richest man, a comedy star and a choirboy turned TV presenter were among those celebrated in the Queen's Birthday Honours list yesterday.
FORMER choirboy singing sensation Aled Jones has hit out at child stars who rebel against their fame.
Aled, described in his choirboy days as having the voice of an angel, showcased the city's most talented young musicians at the International Convention Centre.
Gareth, a former choirboy, was runner-up to Will Young in the first series of Pop Idol in 2002.
Scots choirboy Andrew Johnston, 13, came third with dance duo Signature second.
But he's also going back to his choirboy roots with a very special show at historic Chester Cathedral.
What's different about them is that these young lads - 11-year-old CJ is the youngest - are The Choirboys, the first ever choirboy boy-band.
A choirboy hit all the right notes for judges of a new community award.