- 1A person employed by a touring band of musicians to set up and maintain equipment.More example sentences
- I have this theory about roadies and headlining bands: If a roadie walks across the stage, it's at least two minutes before the band go on.
- Playing this sort of music did nothing to bring me towards liking pop but that all changed when I got a job as a roadie for Johnny Dankworth's big band.
- William spends most of the movie chasing his interview, encountering a colorful crew of roadies, rockers, and groupies - pardon, ‘band aids.’
- 2A cyclist who rides a road bike or is fanatical about road biking: Peter’s a roadie making his first foray into mountain bikingMore example sentences
- As a hopeless roadie with poor off-road technical skills, I loved how the supple rubber gripped the ground.
- We talked to other users of the oval rings - both mountain bikers and roadies - and found early wear is relatively common.
- I've been mountain biking for 25 years and was a pretty hardcore roadie before that.
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- Work as a roadie for a band.More example sentences
- He had been roadying for us since 96 but seemed to spend more time ‘minding’ the beer, so it made sense for him to at least earn his freebies.
- Our harmonica player and singer finally resorted to roadying to make ends meet.
- He looks like he should be roadying for Slipknot.
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