Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Band Wagon' started by sir humphrey, Nov 17, 2014.
Hi Graeme - you've seen my BandMix ad then!? Know any female fiddle players? ;-)
Good name suggestions - getting there!
Pick a landmark from anywhere, doesn't have to be in the UK.
Around here it would be Colorado Baked Chicken.
Anyway...band names. Here's a few my band didn't use.
Two Horse Garage
Stranded in the Moonlight
Seven Minutes to Midnight
More D*** Truck Songs.
Fits the modern country tendencies, at least to me.
I like the term "Bro-dozer" for those kinds of pickup trucks.
:idea: The Monster Trucks :idea:
The Danglin' Wranglers
You have a PM!
Pickin and Grinnin
Lost in Austin
Royal Albert Y'all
The Brit Critters
Ten Liter Hat
I could go on...
As is often the case in "name by country band" threads, the names are either given as jokes or the poster is serious, but it's impossible to tell the two apart.
Royal Albert Y'all is a classic. That I won't be using ;-)
Keep going on. I like these but shouldn't it it be 38 liter hat
80 pint hat would more British - just a typical night down the pub
Decide what you want your “theme” to be so to speak and make two categories of words. For example, “Western or Southern U.S. Vegatation” and “Car and Road Words.”
In the first list put the plants:
In the second list put the car and road-related words:
Then just match up the words from each list until you find a combination that sounds right: i.e. “Magnolia Turnpike” or “Jasmine Highway.”
The Bristol City's, go on I dare ya!
For our American friends, this involves what we call rhyming slang.
what about .."New Country Content".... ?..
might just work..
Checked a map of Bristol.
The Redcliffe Renegades?
The Redcliffe Rounders?
That's the demographic for sure. Here at least.