pop group


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Noun1.pop group - a group that plays pop musicpop group - a group that plays pop music  
ensemble - a group of musicians playing or singing together; "a string ensemble"
indie - a pop group not affiliated with a major record company
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Talking on The Graham Norton Show, which also features pop group Bananarama, Witherspoon laughed: "I think he must be a big fan of the film
Formed in 1972 in Stockholm, Sweden, the pop group ABBA quickly rose to fame after releasing their top hit Waterloo and winning the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974.
Swedish pop group ABBA is set to reunite for a 'new digital experience' in 2018.
Meanwhile, One Direction Philippines, the group that brought the British pop group to Manila sends greetings on its Twitter page.
A POP group was suspected of abusing girls at a paedophile brothel visited by Jimmy Savile.
A POP group were suspected of abusing girls at a paedophile brothel visited by Jimmy Savile, it was revealed last night.
The winners were pop group China Rose, in |second place was female duo Merangue and pop group Ramkee were third.
The top pop group from the 90s, known for global hits such as We're going to Ibiza and Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom
DAVID MOYES likened his first experience of the Far East as Manchester United manager as being like a pop group - today the fine tuning for his debut Premier League campaign will begin.
This has never been truer than with this talented new pop group from Los Angeles that has emerged seemingly overnight from an obscure collection of solo careers.
Experimenting with Pop group Death with Richard looping hip hop beats, he became a reluctant hero of big beat, a resident DJ at the hallowed Heavenly Social and soon found himself putting a live band together to tour the first Death in Vegas album.
Ian shot to fame in 1998 with the pop group, which went on to have 15 top 20 hits including number ones with Heartbeat/ Tragedy and Stomp.