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  • n. A funk musician
  • n. Someone funky


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funk +‎ -ster


  • Let's hope we never have to read the term 'Frankston funkster' ever, ever, again.

    "what's that, some kinda nazi word?"

  • Jackie Horner in a corner, don't go nowhere … Mr. ROY HARGROVE (Trumpet Player): Louis was like the original funkster.

    Revisiting Louis Armstrong in the Context of Civil Rights

  • Maybe the sight of watching a box-faced BBC news presenter and a slimy 1980s soul funkster trying to belt out a country a western number despite an obvious lack of capability did it for us.

    Just The Two Of Us Betting Odds – First Night, Who’ll Win?

  • Moog 's concert footage does feature some notable players (Money Mark and Mix Master Mike, funkster Bernie Worrell, Rick Wakeman from Yes, a brief burst of Stereolab).

    The Birth of the Synthesizer

  • Dark political funkster Gil Scott-Heron is doing two shows at Biddy Mulligan's tonight, at

    Chicago Reader

  • Herbie Hancock and Harry Connick Jr. are among the tried and true announced for the TD Toronto Jazz Festival's 24th edition which will also see the return of funkster Maceo Parker, guitarists Mike Stern and John Scofield and gospel maven Mavis Staples. - Home Page

  • Glastonbury funkster dalio geordio dale dancin at glastonbury - Financial News

  • Miscellaneous brays punctuate Asa's story, which is interrupted by a cutaway to a local funkster piloting his jalopy across the steppe, rocking out to "Rivers of Babylon."

    SF Weekly | Complete Issue

  • On his third solo outing, former techno-funkster Jamie Lidell channeled the '60s-era spirits of Basement Jaxx's career highlight to date, 2001's Rooty

    Play | The Rhapsody Editorial Music Blog

  • Are you planning to go as a 70's funkster or a disco queen?



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