sound-alike


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sound-a·like

(sound′ə-līk′)
n.
1. One that closely resembles another in sound, especially by imitation of voice or of musical style: an Elvis Presley sound-alike.
2. A homophone.
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Indeed, their ability to deliver a sound-alike and 'act-alike' show has led to invitations to appear at events like Wrexham's Rock the Park and demand from venues across the UK - it also helps that all members are 'lifelong' Kiss fans.
The sound-alike musical carnival, with colourful clowns wandering around, seems to have lost none of its pulling power and it has become such an immense family gathering even more attractions were laid out for fans.
Fronting the band is guitarist and Mark Knopfler sound-alike Aled Williams.
Indeed, their ability to deliver a sound-alike and 'act-alike' show has led to invitations to appear at events like Wrexhams Rock the Park and demand from venues across the UK -- it also helps that all members are 'lifelong' KISS fans.
Lohan, 31, had objected to an alleged look- and sound-alike character, Lacey Jonas, who called herself "really famous" and an "actress slash singer" as she tried to hide from paparazzi.
And the love story running through its heart features Sting sound-alike Richard Fleeshman and Frances McNamee.
It would be remiss, however, to simply peg him as another bedroom James Blake sound-alike. As demonstrated by that sublime debut single, Dragonfly, here is an artist whose music has a very distinctive blueprint: minimal, warm, shimmering and, most of all, packing a real emotional punch (the track deals with his mum's history with miscarriages).
Much cheaper, then, to get in some session singers for a fixed price and churn out some sound-alike versions.
Buyer: A local investment group with the sound-alike name 2200 Commercial Street Warehouse LLC.
With a steady stream of sound-alike female vocalists in rhythmic and pop music, this North Carolina native is a rare voice.
As well as seething Sarah, the latest recruits are a Harry Enfield look and sound-alike and some bloke called Nick.
"Several would have easily got through a round or two on X-Factor, and one was a fantastic Frank Sinatra sound-alike."