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roadie in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishroadieroad‧ie /ˈrəʊdi $ ˈroʊ-/ noun [countable]  informalAPMBO someone whose job is moving equipment for rock musicians
Examples from the Corpus
roadieHe spoke to a motor cycle messenger who had once been a roadie for King Crimson.If a band rents a van or hires a roadie, that is of no interest to the agent.Gedge's girlfriend, Sally Murrell, is a roadie and full-time worker for the band.The Magic lost their last seven roadies and finished 18-23 away from home.One fan sang along and plucked at an imaginary guitar, but he turned out to be the roadie.The Managing Director and his Assistant were the band's two roadies.