Translation of roadie in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈrəʊdi//ˈroʊdi/


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    persona encargada de transportar y montar el equipo de un grupo musical en gira
    • 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.
    • Around the campfire, the roadies told tales of their past adventures with the Dolls in Louisiana.
    • Soft-spoken guitar tuner and roadie Mitch longs to be a guitar player and to have some of the perks of the obnoxious guitar idol he works for.
    • I liked being a roadie and I had made some amazing friends over the past four years.
    • It features extensive interviews with the four original Ramones, and the three others who came later, along with great concert footage and comments from fans, roadies, family, and other musicians.
    • William spends most of the movie chasing his interview, encountering a colorful crew of roadies, rockers, and groupies - pardon, ‘band aids.’
    • This absolutely worthless look at the ant-like endeavors of the roadies as they strive to erect the sprawling sets is mind-bogglingly dull and unimpressive.
    • A roadie ran on with another mic so then I was holding two mics taped together and I wasn't really sure which one to sing into.
    • 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.
    • The regular gripe about multi-band events is often the fact that set-up times are almost as long as the sets themselves, which is where the most efficient team of roadies I've seen in a long time come into play.
    • As the roadies began setting up Pearl Jam's gear, I spent the down time checking out the crowd.
    • Smitten, Travis hopes to win Lola's affections by heading cross country with her in a traveling rock band as their number one roadie!
    • As we settle into our exclusive boxes, the roadies are setting up and testing the instruments.
    • As a swarm of roadies toiled about with their pre-show set-up, a revolutionary thought crossed my mind.
    • In addition to the normal guitars, drums etc, roadies also brought out a number of tree branches, which were dotted liberally around the stage, giving it a pastoral feel.
    • One night, the band ordered some Indian food and a whole bunch of it spilled on the floor and I asked the roadies to please clean it up.
    • He was a sweet guy, a great roadie, and nice to have around when it came time to get paid.
    • As roadies quickly ran through soundchecks, rabid fans began chanting ‘Sam!’
    • After a prolonged break allowing the roadies time to set the distortion pedals to full power, the Foo Fighters finally took to the stage.
    • She used to be a roadie for a rock band and a biker.