boy band


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boy band

n
(Pop Music) an all-male vocal pop group created to appeal to a young audience
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boy band

n (Mus) → Boygroup f
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Joining the popular boy band will be fellow chart toppers Liberty X, R&B stars Big Brovaz and Irish boy band D-Side.
And being in a boy band appears to be a good thing for Anton's cousin Now Anton said he is looking to Coree, of R'n'B group Damage, for tips on handling fame and fortune.
THERE'S no rest for boy band A1 who are one of the hardest working boy bands on the road.
I would scream and shout and act all crazy if I got tickels to a boy band concert," writes 17-year-old "David," who couldn't get his parents' permission to be out for this story.
The NEC was packed with pre-teen pop fans as the Irish boy band Boyzone arrived in Birmingham for two long-awaited gigs.
The American boy band met 1D and said: "We couldn't believe how well we got on with them, touring is going to be so much fun.
NICOLO Festa and boy band FYD were the first acts booted off The X Factor as the series started with a double eviction.
AMONG the former pupils of the school are chart topping boy band singer Declan Bennett.
Pop expert Louis Walsh, the man behind Boyzone, Westlife and Girls Aloud, said if Gary did not want to be in a boy band, he would probably best make it as a male model.
A NORTH Wales choir signed up by a top boy band manager was last night set for Hollywood stardom.
IF this week on telly has taught us anything, it's about the perils of being in a boy band.
After starting off life sucking on the silver spoon - counting various aristos, toffs and royals as his chums - Charlie Poshsocks saw out his youth as the frontman for boy band Busted.