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big name in Performing topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbig nameˌbig ˈname noun [countable]  APFAMOUSa famous person or group, especially a musician, actor etc Poor attendance at the concert was put down to the lack of big names.
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big nameThe athlete-trainer had a successful business, a big name, a wife and a child in the Soviet Union.None of the soloists are big names yet, but there's a lot of talent there.He told me it was important for me to understand he was a very big name in his own town.