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Singers Nancy Wilson and Billy Eckstine attended, and actor and activist Ossie Davis delivered a well-received speech.

Since Trainor was still a songwriter first, the tune was circled by about a dozen singers—including Beyoncé—but no one bit.

The era of singers telling loser boyfriends to shove off and demanding more from men was over.

“Opera singers are constantly eating to protect their vocal chords,” he says.

Classic R&B singers like Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, and Gloria Gaynor used to sing stirring ballads to beloved men.

And the singers lifted up their voices, and in the great house the sound of sweet melody was increased.

Then in the large parish churches the quartet of singers in the west gallery where the organ was placed had been abolished.

Warton calmly observes: 'there is not a syllable of these songs and singers of Lorraine in the French.'

The night at last had imposed herself on the singers, and they had sunk down to sleep under the mantle of her silence.

Madame do Rego has an admirable voice, and there were several good singers and players on the piano.

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On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to singers, such as: artist, musician, voice, troubadour, songbird, and songster.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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