vocal band


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The Heywood fighter, who had a vocal band of supporters at ringside, touched down for an eight count after being caught with a choppy left hook on the top of the head from Price inside the first 40 seconds.
If that wasn't enough for the vocal band of travelling Scarlets fans, there was also the sight of Kiwi star Regan King back on the rugby field after 11 months out with a hamstring injury.
AuWhen Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid came home recently to address the Nevada Legislature, a small but vocal band of Republican protesters gathered at the state Capitol.
The pony-tailed defender punched the air after netting the third as a small but vocal band of Japanese supporters at the other end of the stadium saluted the third goal and knew three points were theirs.
That council would appoint and oversee a "primatial vicar" to oversee the small but vocal band of conservatives in the 2.
Geraint Jones has revealed how he battled back from one of the toughest weeks of his England career to take the crucial catch which silenced a vocal band of critics among the Edgbaston crowd.
The visitors were backed by a vocal band of supporters, with the Blues having arranged a cut-price bus trip.
Among countless nominees you probably won't see on TV are, for example, the jazz solo bunch (Chick Corea, Joey DeFrancesco, Keith Jarrett, Pat Martino, Mike Melvoin), the bluegrass gospel album contingent (Blue Highway, Crabb Family, Gaither Vocal Band, Engelbert Humperdinck, Blackwood Brothers Quartet, the Jordanaires & the Light Crust Doughboys, Randy Travis) or those up for choral performance (Dale Warland, Paul Hillier, Edward Higginbottom, Paavo Jarvi, Laurence Equilbey).
For many among this motley, yet increasingly vocal band of pressure groups are anxious to divert attention away from the real issues around foot and mouth, and recreate a Competition Commission-style inquiry into the retail chain, not to mention one into why a satanic food sector is slowly poisoning all the good folk of this land.
And need I remind anyone that the Starland Vocal Band, which gave us "Afternoon Delight," won the Best New Artist award in 1976?
The spontaneous sing-along was a bonus for Gaither, who had invited the veterans to stop by the Nashville studio where his quartet, the Gaither Vocal Band, was cutting a new album.
Notable John Denver hits will be performed by his former band collaborators Bill Danoff of the Starland Vocal band (co-writer of "Take Me Home, Country Roads") and John Sommers (writer of "Thank God I'm A Country Boy").
This five-member veteran vocal band, Ball in the House, follows in the path of classic harmony groups like Boyz II Men and The Temptations, while incorporating the pop and neo-soul influence of artists like Bruno Mars.
Highlighting the humiliation of letting down the club's travelling supporters as a small but vocal band of Newcastle fans endured a torrid afternoon at the Madejski Stadium, Richards added: "Our supporters were fantastic, and that is another reason why it was such an embarrassing day for us.
Towards the end of January it was announced that the four-piece vocal band would be saying farewell to Jules Knight as he joins the cast of Holby City playing a doctor.