balladeer


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bal·lad·eer

 (băl′ə-dîr′)
n.
A singer of ballads.

balladeer

(ˌbæləˈdɪə)
n
a singer of ballads

bal•lad•eer

(ˌbæl əˈdɪər)

n.
a person who sings ballads.
[1630–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.balladeer - a singer of popular balladsballadeer - a singer of popular ballads    
singer, vocalist, vocalizer, vocaliser - a person who sings
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Instead, there were vintage clips of a slim, handsome young man revolutionising popular music with Heartbreak Hotel and then turning sensitive balladeer with Peace In The Valley.
The pop balladeer, who is of Honduran and Spanish descent, charmed audiences when he was 16 as an 'American Idol' season 7 contestant.
Tote: 7-2 Zibeline, 9-2 Majestic Bay, 5 Balladeer, Establishment, 7 Bid For Fame, Lord Joshua, 9 Legal Lunch, 11 Prairie Falcon, 14 Box Builder, 25 Master George.
This gig, by another Nashville balladeer, Gillian Welch was in total contrast.
In the track's music video released last Monday, the Grammy-winning balladeer sings about a tale of a star-crossed interracial couple named Roberto and Jamila, braving challenges that deter them.
And this year's headline acts include two 2010 Mercury Prize-nominated artists - Mumford & Sons and Dublin balladeer, Villagers.
The balladeer and the 'Side to Side' songstress were tapped to sing the soundtrack of the live-action Disney film starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens.
The 20-year-old balladeer can hold his own even when he's sharing the spotlight with seasoned singers like Angeline Quinto (in the Himig Handog entry, 'Parang Tayo Pero Hindi').
Progressive filly dropped in ratings since neck defeat by the useful Balladeer at Windsor.
Anthony, the balladeer behind Balatkayo, looks fit and now sports a beard.
For a start, O'Reilly, the spoof republican balladeer created by comic Paul Woodfull, has more followers.
The veteran balladeer grew up in the Tomas Morato area.