gravel-voiced

gravel-voiced

adj
speaking in a rough and rasping tone
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The Last Witch Hunter Cert 12A THIS supernatural adventure starring gravel-voiced action star Vin Diesel is deathly dull.
The cast are excellent, with former Eastender Shaun Williamson as Natalie's gravel-voiced widower dad and Mica Paris as matriarch Sylvia, her voice a real treat on the few occasions she sings solo.
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.
And right-back Tripper (below) puts their success down to gravel-voiced Dyche keeping his cool when things go wrong.
Gravel-voiced power ballad queen Bonnie is likely to sing one of the songs from her new album, which is released this month, at the contest in Malmo, Sweden.
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?
The gravel-voiced rock star speaks about his cars, his children and his battle with thyroid cancer back in 2000.