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Byrds

/ bɜːdz /

plural noun

  1. Byrdsthe19641973M the . US folk-rock and country-rock group (1964–73), noted for their vocal harmonies and 12-string guitar sound. Their albums include Mr. Tambourine Man (1965), Younger Than Yesterday (1967), and Sweetheart of the Rodeo (1968)


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The Byrds closed the festivities down at dawn on her deck.

In the Bay Area, Taylor sang in the Byrds-like Court and Spark.

Other artists—Dylan, The Beatles, The Byrds—began to look to roots music for inspiration.

Lieberman, 68, plans to quote a passage from Ecclesiastes, popularized by a Byrds song: “To everything there is a season…”

Farraday, knowing her for the moment lost to everything save her latest piece of stage management, left her, and joined the Byrds.

Constance's carefully planned follow-up articles appeared, and reporters besieged the Byrds' studio.

The Byrds swung southward in silence, but suddenly Stefan heaved a great breath.

As the winter advanced, the Byrds' circle of acquaintances grew, and many visitors dropped into the studio for tea.

After much consideration from Mary, the Byrds decided to give up their recently acquired flat, but to keep the old studio.

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Byrd, Richard E.byre