gravel-voiced

gravel-voiced

adj
speaking in a rough and rasping tone
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SEAN DYCHE'S gravel-voiced analysis of his Burnley team's results are a staple of Match of the Day every Saturday night.
Gravel-voiced Willem Dafoe delivers a narration which explores the human relationship with mountains.
0871 472 0400 MUSIC Chris Rea Gravel-voiced singer Chris is is responsible for such great songs as Fool (If You Think It's Over), Let's Dance, On The Beach, Tell Me There's A Heaven, the Christmas standard Driving Home For Christmas and the anguished cry from a motorist The Road To Hell.
TUESDAY MARK LANEGAN BAND The gravel-voiced Screaming Trees frontman will be at Glasgow's Garage tonight and it will be some show.
The gravel-voiced actor was nicknamed The Duke and found fame appearing in Westerns like Stagecoach, How The West Was Won and Brannigan.
MORE than 11,000 exuberant Paolo Nutini fans filed into Swansea's Singleton Park on Saturday for an evening of gravel-voiced, New Orleans jazzinspired, Paisley pop.
The Sheffield-born gravel-voiced vocalist was truly a rock and blues legend.
The gravel-voiced singer-songwriter is still going strong at 63 and despite treatment for pancreatic cancer.
But add a musician like Baltimore's Robert "Fireball'' Mitchell to the mix, and suddenly what was simply an excellent show has become something else entirely Mitchell plays a caustic, gravel-voiced sort of country-punk, with every song spare and near-bursting with rage and heartbreak.
JAMIE N COMMONS Silly name aside, the gravel-voiced singer sounds like he smokes at least 30 a day and is just as addictive.
ROD Stewart fans can rock their way into the New Year to the gravel-voiced crooner's biggest hits at Corners, Dragon Hotel and Resort, Amwaj Islands, on December 31.
There's a ridiculously gravel-voiced hitman and a posh girl from Croydon (really?