He was not just the best player of his time—he was a showman of epic proportions.
Ever the showman, he asks if he can play the tape forward, sing the lyric once, play that “backmasked stuff,” then sing that.
He was a showman who indulged in ostentation and flamboyance.
Despite his reputation as a showman and author of bons mots, Harold Macmillan felt physically ill before each bout.
As a showman who loves the theatrics, addressing the UN general assembly is the ultimate stage.
This is largely because of the showman, who is enterprising, and has captured the fort for himself.
"But, sir, you have not the proper point of view," remarks the showman.
We were ushered into it by the showman with a mock obeisance that swelled the veins on his forehead almost to bursting.
"Sir, you break the illusion of the scene," mildly remonstrates the showman.
The monotonous explanations of the showman were not heard; the landscape spoke for itself.