One of the crew for a musical group or other travelling stage production, especially a stagehand or technician. (noun)
A beer for the ride, for consumption while one is driving; a road soda. (noun)
Examples of word roadie
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One of the most illuminating books for me was Conversations about a Novel by John Steinbeck which was bought for me in the early 70â€™s by a roadie from a band of mine and was a book of letters Steinbeck wrote to his publisher every morning before commencing his work on East of
When you emerge from the tunnel, turn left and walk up the Argyle St.irs to the Glenmore, a pub at the corner of 96 Cumberland St. Its rooftop bar, with views of the Opera House and Sydney Harbour, is the perfect place for a nightcap (otherwise known as a roadie).
Sall, gin he dinna mak a roadie for himsel 'through the field that year.
"For many, and especially for young people, being a roadie is their dream, and it's great that we can give the winners the opportunity to gain some first-hand experience in this area after some intensive training."