Origin of bandstand
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Peter Christopherson made the leap to life on the bandstand and became a pioneer in the industrial music genre.
The tenor saxophonist was one of the most imaginatively restless artists to ever work a bandstand.
When Cosby looked up, he saw that Sonny Stitt, the famed alto sax player, had joined the bandstand.
Batiste and his band ended the evening by marching off the bandstand and playing amid the crowd.Jon Batiste, a Thrilling Jazz Pianist Whose First Goal Is to Entertain|Howard Wolfson|February 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But the same artist who played with such fire on the bandstand was burning out of control in his private life.
We were standing beside a bandstand, and at that moment the music crashed out, flooding us with deafening sound.The Memoirs of an American Citizen|Robert Herrick
The lovers round the bandstand seemed to sway to it and draw closer to each other.Joanna Godden|Sheila Kaye-Smith
A political speechmaker occupied the bandstand one night, and they stood for an hour in the midst of the crowd, listening vaguely.Ramsey Milholland|Booth Tarkington
Just a minute or so before two o'clock the artillery band left the bandstand and marched back to camp.Uncle Sam's Boys as Sergeants|H. Irving Hancock
The tea kiosk and the bandstand, near the main drive, are permanent survivals of the exhibition.The City of Auckland|John Barr