• WordNet 3.6
    • n percussionist a musician who plays percussion instruments
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Located at 14th and U Street, Tropicalia is a club that features a vibrant and diverse live music scene with Brazilian bands, DJs and percussionists playing Afrobeat and Caribbean tunes.
Ed Hamilton on the late percussionist and bandleader.
Percussionist Shawn " Clown " Crahan Says It's "Nobody's Business" When Next Slipknot Album Comes Out.
The veteran rocker will be inducted as a Drum Legend along with Frank Zappa percussionist Terry Bozzio, following in the footsteps of previous recipients including Led Zeppelin's John Bonham and jazz star Billy Cobham.
Percussionist Larry Mullins has beaten the odds.
Percussionist, salsa singer and band leader Poncho Sanchez will bring a Latin flavor.
Pianist Michael Wolff and percussionist Mike Clark each boast long, varied resumes in jazz.
Pianist Michael Wolff, left, and percussionist Mike Clark join forces at Snug Harbor for two nights this weekend.
So Percussion with Grey McMurray, Bienen School percussionists, Cenk Ergun, and the Loud Objects.
Jazz percussionist Babatunde Lea was photographed Wednesday, Oct 3, 2012, after an interview at Minnesota Public Radio.
Melbourne Community Orchestra seeks strings players, percussionists.
Saed Hindash/The Star-Ledger Gotye: fundamentally a percussionist.
Percussionist Shawn "Clown" Crahan Says It's " Nobody 's Business" When Next Slipknot Album Comes Out.
On Saturday the Hoogland Center for the Arts hosts David Cain & Senses featuring percussionist Paul Wertico in a program called A Feast for the Senses.
Percussionist Ralph MacDonald, the hidden force behind platinum selling songs and albums from artists like David Bowie, Paul Simon and Jimmy Buffett, died on Sunday (Dec 18) at age 67.