Boom

Boom usually refers to an onomatopoeic word for the sound that an explosion makes. Boom may also refer to:

Objects

Other common meanings

  • Sonic boom, the sound created by an object traveling through the air faster than the speed of sound
  • Flourishing, a rapid growth

Arts and entertainment

Music

Performers

  • Boom! (band), a pop band founded by Hear'Say member Johnny Shentall
  • The Boom, a Japanese rock band
  • Boom Gaspar (born 1953), piano/keyboard/organ player for the band Pearl Jam
  • Boom, a member of the animated girl group VBirds

Albums

Songs

Festivals

Films

  • Boom! (film), a 1968 British drama starring Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and Noël Coward
  • Boom (film), a 2003 Bollywood film directed by Kaizad Gustad
  • Il Boom, a 1963 film by Italian director Vittorio de Sica

Television

Other

  • Boom! Studios, an American comics publisher
  • Boom! (novel), a 2009 children's science fiction novel by Mark Haddon
  • Boom (play), by Peter Sinn Nachtreib
  • Boom (source port), a source port of the computer game Doom

Places

Media

  • BOOMTV, a proposed Canadian premium TV service
  • Boom TV (Romania), a satellite TV company
  • Boom TV (Macedonia), a digital TV provider
  • Boom! Studios, an American comic book and graphic novel publisher
  • Boom FM, a branding of classic hits radio stations broadcasting in Canada
  • KROI, a radio station serving the Greater Houston area, branded as Boom 92
  • XERP-AM, a Mexican radio station serving the Tampico, Tamaulipas area, branded as boom 104.7
  • WPHI-FM, a radio station serving the Philadelphia area, branded as Boom 107.9

People

Organizations

See also

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