How to use vocalist in a sentence
Because he wanted vocalists to hear their parts with real voices, he had also taken on the arduous task of recording all of them for the audio file himself.
Singing wasn’t always easy for Tarriona “Tank” Ball, the lead vocalist and songwriter for the Grammy-nominated band Tank and the Bangas.
Logically recently revealed the identities of three major QAnon proliferators, one of whom is Jeremy “JJ” Sicotte, a Berklee College of Music grad and pop-punk vocalist who eventually turned to filmmaking.
Jimin is frequently positioned as the group’s lead vocalist.
He’s one of the group’s main vocalists, and though he’s not officially the group’s “visual,” he seems to have a habit of accidentally going viral for being beautiful.
I remember seeing Bobby Short, the great lounge pianist and vocalist, on Johnny Carson once.Was The Beatles’ Music Really That Unique? Yeah, It Totally Was. | Michael Tomasky | February 2, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
He and three friends, including Dick Taylor, formed a blues band, and Jagger was the vocalist.Speed Read: 11 Juiciest Bits From Philip Norman’s Biography of Mick Jagger | The Daily Beast | October 1, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
A formidable vocalist, she sings better than most of the pop stars currently in circulation.
Witness Hayley Williams, lead vocalist of Paramore, rocking out on a stripped-down cover of “Bad Romance.”
Siding with Underwood means you are embracing the pure vocalist (who is only now becoming a rather dutiful songwriter).
Madame Mara, the celebrated vocalist, took leave of the English stage.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology | Joel Munsell
No one cares to linger near, as sung by 115 the great always off the key vocalist, Jerry Macy.Marjorie Dean College Freshman | Pauline Lester
Somewhere in your close blood is a marvelously trained vocalist; we every one of us believe that, Freckles.Freckles | Gene Stratton-Porter
The little yellow vocalist with the black funereal spots broke the lyre over her knee, and regained her dignity.Instigations | Ezra Pound
A prominent vocalist goes so far as to say that "vocal insufficiency and decay are prevalent."The Psychology of Singing | David C. Taylor
British Dictionary definitions for vocalist
a singer, esp one who regularly appears with a jazz band or pop group
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