Full band

(Mus.) a band in which all the instruments are employed.

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A sound of music was heard without the house, as if proceeding from a full band of military instruments stationed in the street, playing not such a festal strain as was suited to the occasion, but a slow funeral march.
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John, who also won an Oscar in 2014 for cowriting the movie 'Selma's' theme 'Glory,' will take the stage with a full band and is expected to perform such new songs as 'Love Me Now' and 'Penthouse Floor,' as well as previous hits and staples including 'Save Room,' 'Ordinary People' and 'All of Me.
You have a full festival calendar coming up and you're taking a full band out with you.
This special one-off performance, then, which sees her take the stage with her full band as well as chatting to host Graham Norton, is well worth catching.
He plays the venue with his full band on Saturday, May 21, 2016.
e full band line-up includes old mate, King Phoenix keyboard player Mike Roberts, plus special guests.
SYNTH-POP legends China Crisis bring their full band to ARC next month.
Ensembles can be formed from the full band to complement any budget or preferred sound.
Check him out with a full band - at the Empire on March 6, part of the Belfast Nashville Songwriters Festival, tickets PS12 from www.
For his appearance at The Drum, Eric will be joined by a full band and supported by neo soul singer-songwriter Hayley Cassidy, with music supplied by master mixer E Double D.
Broadcom's breakthrough Full Band Capture technology enables the BCM7584's four demodulators to simultaneously access broadcast video and tune DOCSIS, with complete channel flexibility up to 1GHz.