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keyboard

a typewriter-style COMPUTER data input device.
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Wakeman is best known as the keyboardist for Yes, and therefore as a pioneer of progressive rock.
The keyboardist said he stayed on Boracay because he sees no point in leaving.
In this candid interview, Rudess discusses his career and beginnings as a classically trained Julliard student, and how he made the transition to rock music, becoming one of the most respected and highly-regarded rock keyboardists of all time.
It was the furthest we'd ever been from home and we didn't know we were popular there." The keyboardist might find it difficult to believe, but considering the beauty of their allegorical lyrics and the mellow melodies of their songs, their widespread popularity is hardly surprising.
The five-piece band consists of three lead singers named Ivelin, Milli and Choko, along with guitarist and vocalist Peter, keyboardist Petko and Orlin who is also a vocalist and plays the bass guitar.
Backed only by a guitarist and a percussion–playing keyboardist, the singer–songwriter told fragile tales of isolation and heartbreak, wrapped up in warm three–part harmonies.
Mercer - now joined by bassist Yuuki Matthews, guitarist Jessica Dobson, keyboardist Richard Swift and drummer Joe Plummer - channels 1980s Americana on Simple Song, before slowing down with touches of Bowie for the laid-back Fall Of '82.
Next summer's Oregon Bach Festival will include appearances by keyboardist Angela Hewitt, the Portland Baroque Orchestra and Portland pop favorites Pink Martini, the festival said this week.
Kolkata, west bengal, August 6, 2011 /India PRwire/ - Chandrachur Mukherjee, a pianist , keyboardist and a vocalist who also plays the blues harp and the guitars today launched his solo debut album 'E Mon' at Kolkata.
Singer Andy Bell and keyboardist Vince Clarke achieved 24 consecutive Top 20 hits in the UK between 1986 and 1997 including Sometimes and A Little Respect.
With their hit song "Makes me Wonder" aimed at reflecting their frustration with US politics, namely with regards to the war on Iraq, and their keyboardist sometimes sporting the Palestinian flag on his shirt, it is safe to assume that given Egypt's recent events, the band is as excited about their visit as their fans are.
Keyboardist Magne Furuholmen said: "We feel like we've achieved a lot together.