a real bawdy belter called ‘Ready For Love’
There's such a wide range of styles, but if you're going to be a blues belter , you have no hope of retaining your top range.
It's a guitar thrashing, cymbal crashing, feedback climaxing belter !
Little did we know how literally she takes the term: Liza, it seems, is not just a belter on stage.
In spite of the dog and all the formidable opposition the Annie of this team, Rebecca, a little belter with the charm and guile of a siren, not only holds her own on the stage but owns the stage.
I went to watch a Celtic match a couple of years ago and, being a fair old belter of ballads myself, had no objection to a bit of healthy tribalism.
Only in Britain, where the public cannot tell the difference between a bare-chested belter and a genuine opera singer, have sales held steady.
Early 20th century belter Bessie Smith was buried in a pauper's grave until '60s rock stalwart Janis Joplin bought her a marker.
There's a band and no costume change and no showmanship; just me singing as powerfully as I can,’ says the Basildon blues belter .
Not a belter in the vocal department, she manages to retain a charming fragility while knowing enough to be able to inject humour and colour where its needed.